Baby daughter Harriet of Bondi Junction stabbing victim Ashlee Good is improving in Sydney Children’s Hospital

Kayla Sellwood
The Nightly
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Health authorities have confirmed the nine-month-old baby injured in the horrific stabbing attack at Bondi Junction last Saturday is continuing to improve.
Health authorities have confirmed the nine-month-old baby injured in the horrific stabbing attack at Bondi Junction last Saturday is continuing to improve. Credit: Handout/Getty Images

Health authorities have confirmed the nine-month-old baby injured in the horrific stabbing attack at Bondi Junction last Saturday is continuing to improve.

Previously in a serious but stable condition, baby Harriet was upgraded to stable on Friday at Sydney Children’s Hospital.

Hero mum Ashlee Good tragically lost her life after 40-year-old Joel Cauchi went on a stabbing spree throughout the Sydney shopping centre and killed six people.

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Good was attacked with a 30cm long hunting knife and was forced to pass her daughter, who was also seriously injured, to a bystander.

Six people, including five women and a male security guard, were killed by the schizophrenic.

In an act of bravery, Cauchi was shot dead by Inspector Amy Scott in the shopping centre.

Along with the mother, 38, the other victims who tragically lost their lives were 25-year-old Dawn Singleton, the daughter of millionaire businessman John Singleton, mother of two Jade Young, 47, Pikria Darchia, 55, Chinese national Yixuan Cheng, 27 and male security guard Faraz Tahir, 30.

Tahir sadly died trying to protect shoppers and his colleague Muhammed Taha was stabbed in the stomach.

Taha, who is a Pakistani citizen, is currently recovering in hospital and has been offered permanent residency in Australia for his bravery in the horror attacks.

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