Man Injured In Flinders Street Attack Dies

Charges set to be upgraded to murder

Man Injured In Flinders Street Attack Dies

A man has died from the injuries he sustained in last week’s Flinders Street attack.

83-year-old Antonios Crocaris was crossing Flinders Street on the 21st of December when a care allegedly driven by Saeed Noori crashed into him and dozens of other pedestrians.

He died after more than a week in Alfred Hospital.

Police have charged Noori with 18 counts of attempted murder.

One of those charges is now expected to be upgraded to murder.

Noori fronted court earlier this week, and will next appear in May.

Six of the victims of the attack remain in hospital.