Sydney stabbing attack victim named
The woman killed in an alleged knife rampage in Sydney's CBD has been named as Michaela Dunn from Lidcombe in the city's inner west.
The 24-year-old escort was allegedly killed by Mert Ney, 20, yesterday afternoon at an apartment on Clarence Street.
He then allegedly stabbed a woman in the back at the CBD Hotel on the corner of Clarence and York Streets, before being chased and then wrestled to the ground by heroic passers who used chairs and a milk crate.
Ms Dunn's social media pages show her on trips to the USA, Europe and Sri Lanka, on nights out with friends, and with her cat.
She was a former Rose Bank college student, and she had a sister.
Her mother described her daughter to 9News as a "beautiful, loving woman who had studied at university and travelled widely."
The 41-year-old woman stabbed at the hotel is stable in hospital.
Mr Ney also remains in hospital.
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