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In Honour of Tori Johnson, Who Saw A Chance and Took It
He Died In Fight with the Jihadi But Others Lived
Katrina Dawson, 38, a successful barrister and mother of three young children, and Tori Johnson, the 34-year-old manager of the Lindt cafe, were killed as police made a daring attempt to free those still held at the Martin Place shop.
Mr Johnson has been hailed as a hero after it emerged he had taken the opportunity to wrestle the gun from the 50-year-old self-styled Iranian preacher after he began to doze off in the early hours. He lunged at the hostage-taker’s weapon, allowing others to flee.
Around 2 a.m. local time, at least six people believed to have been held captive in the cafe managed to flee after gunshots were heard coming from inside after a struggle between Mr Johnson and Monis.Police then moved in, with heavy gunfire and blasts from stun grenades echoing from the building.
Ms Dawson, a respected barrister from Eighth Floor Selborne chambers, whose offices are opposite the cafe, was said to have be killed in the ensuing firefight while protecting pregnant friend and colleague Julie Taylor, whom she had been meeting for a coffee.
Mrs Dawson, who has children aged eight, five and three, died of a heart attack on the way to hospital, while Mr Johnson, who had worked at the Lindt store for two years, died at the scene of a gunshot wound.