Chance to offer condolences after Lindt Café siege

ANYBODY who would like to write a message of support to those who were involved in the Lindt Café siege can do so through a Condolence Book.

The Member for Coffs Harbour, Andrew Fraser, would like to advise that a Condolence Book is available in his Electorate Office at 1/9 Park Avenue, Coffs Harbour.

"My personal sympathies go all those who were injured and traumatised by this awful event, especially to the families and friends of the two innocent victims who were murdered," Mr Fraser said.

"This is an event that we thought would never happen in Australia.

"The tragic result of the siege is the terrible loss of two innocent Australians who were just going about their normal everyday business.

Mr Fraser also paid tribute to the men and women of the NSW Police Force, and the personnel of all the other emergency services who were involved in the siege.

"These people put their lives on the line in the line of duty to save others," he said.

"Their courage and bravery deserves our heartfelt thanks and appreciation.

"My thoughts are also with the freed hostages, who will be traumatised by this awful event for years to come."



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