Sunday 14 August 2022 09:13 AM Amy Hazouri identified as second victim of Revesby gangland shooting in ... trends now

Sunday 14 August 2022 09:13 AM Amy Hazouri identified as second victim of Revesby gangland shooting in ... trends now
Sunday 14 August 2022 09:13 AM Amy Hazouri identified as second victim of Revesby gangland shooting in ... trends now

Sunday 14 August 2022 09:13 AM Amy Hazouri identified as second victim of Revesby gangland shooting in ... trends now

A hairdresser has been identified as the second victim of an 'unprecedented' double shooting which has redefined the 'street rules' of an underworld gangland war. 

Colleagues have paid tribute to 39-year-old Amy Hazouri after she was identified as the 'innocent party who was assassinated' in the backseat of a car in Revesby in southwest Sydney on Saturday night.

Police said Ms Hazouri may have been collateral damage in a targeted hit on her friend, 49-year-old Lameta Fadlallah, who died at the scene from her injuries.

Ms Fadlallah was an associate of several figures who are known to police.

But police know even less about Ms Hazouri and are in the process of contacting her devastated next of kin in an attempt to establish a connection between her and the other occupants of the car.

One of the women has been identified as mother Lameta Fadlallah

One of the women has been identified as mother Lameta Fadlallah

Colleagues at her salon in Bankstown shared a moving tribute on Sunday saying they were 'shattered' to learn of the untimely death.

'We are shattered, our heart is broken, you left us too soon,' the tribute read.

'May your memory be eternal... until we meet again.'

Ms Hazouri was a well respected hair stylist who specialised in bridal looks. 

There were two other occupants inside the car - a 16-year-old girl and a 20-year-old man. Neither were physically injured but were left 'incredibly shaken' from the attack.

The 20-year-old driver of the car reportedly left the scene amid a hail of bullets, driving to nearby Weston St to escape the gunman.

A burnt out car is seen on a street in the suburb of Revesby

A burnt out car is seen on a street in the suburb of Revesby

Pictured: A burnt out car seen near the scene of a double shooting

Pictured: A burnt out car seen near the scene of a double shooting

Neighbours saw him moments later appear distressed as he pulled over near the scene and called an ambulance.

Police are still working to establish how the four people knew each other and what they were doing immediately prior to the assassination, but it's understood  they were 'casual associates'.

The two surviving occupants are helping police. 

'They're traumatised… they've just witnessed something pretty horrific,' NSW Police Detective Superintendent Danny Doherty said on Sunday. 

'This is an appalling attack on two women. They have lost their lives. It was a planned murder, an assassination really, and it's happened in a public street in Sydney.' 

'It's unacceptable by any standards. It's unprecedented really. And we are determined to get the answers for the family.'

A forensic officer was seen in a car as it was towed from the home of a woman killed in a tragic double shooting

A forensic officer was seen in a car as it was towed from the home of a woman killed in a tragic double shooting

They found a 48-year-old woman with critical injuries. She could not be revived and died at the scene

They found a 48-year-old woman with critical injuries. She could not be revived and died at the scene

Mr Doherty said the attackers had broken an 'unwritten law' amongst organised crime to 'not touch women or family'.

'There used to be an unwritten law that you don't touch family and you don't touch women. That's been thrown out of the window, they don't care anymore,' he said.

'They don't discriminate if you're male or

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