Victims injured during the West Auckland supermarket terror attack have shared their thoughts and feelings almost two weeks after the incident, Stuff reveals. One victim said, “I would like to acknowledge and thank all the people that were involved in supporting myself and the other victims…” Another victim shared, ”To all of the police staff involved, in particular the tactical team who shot and killed the offender preventing more people being attacked, we acknowledge and commend your bravery.” An eighth victim has now been identified who “was not injured but was tackled by the offender when he bravely intervened in an attempt to stop the terrorist attacking a woman,” said Detective Superintendent Tim Anderson.
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