A New Zealand court has heard more harrowing stories of survival and loss from the Christchurch terror attacks.
It's the second day of a hearing to sentence mass murderer Brenton Tarrant.
The 29-year-old Australian admits shooting men, women and children while they prayed at two city mosques last year, killing 51 people.
Tarrant has also pleaded guilty to the attempted murder of a further 40 worshippers, and a charge of terrorism. He's representing himself in court, flanked by heavy security.
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