Flinders St car attack driver, Saeed Noori, pleads guilty to murder
A man who killed an elderly man and injured others when he drove through a busy intersection on Flinders Street in Melbourne four days before Christmas last year has pleaded guilty in the Supreme Court.
Saeed Noori, 33, admitted to one charge of murder, 11 counts of recklessly causing serious injury and five counts of reckless conduct endangering life.
Antonio Crocaris, 83, died after the incident.
Many others were injured when Noori drove at about 50 kilometres per hour by Flinders Street Station in the city at about 4:30pm on December 21.
During a brief hearing, the Heidelberg West man pleaded guilty to each of the charges.
More to come.