'Stay strong, Melb': Bourke St brother

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"Police are now at Bourke Street mall conducting safety checks at the makeshift memorial", the Victoria Police statement read at the time.

The brother of the man accused of the Bourke St Mall vehicle attack has expressed his remorse to all those affected by the tragedy.

"My parents and I are broken".

By 1.30pm police said the area was "deemed safe".

Dimitrious Gargasoulas could be soon facing a sixth murder charge after another victim passed away from injuries sustained in the Bourke Street rampage.

Ms Patel of Blackburn South had been at Royal Melbourne Hospital since after she was critically injured when she was struck walking near her Bourke St office.

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Mr Patel said he spoke to his sister regularly after she moved from Canberra to Melbourne, including on the day of the tragedy.

Nine patients remain in hospital and one is still in a critical condition, police said, after 39 people were treated after the incident.

The others who died were a three-month-old boy, a 10-year old girl, a 32-year-old woman and two men aged 25 and 33.

Footage from the scene shows a maroon auto driving in circles before turning down the pedestrianised Bourke Street mall.

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