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A 21-year-old Springvale man will answer 92 charges over last year’s fire at the Commonwealth Bank in Springvale.
The man, named as Nur Islam, faced Melbourne Magistrates’ Court on the afternoon of Thursday 16 February and was remanded to appear again on Thursday 11 May.
The charges include conduct endangering life, criminal damage endangering life, criminal damage by fire, gross violence, intentionally causing serious injury, and recklessly causing serious injury.
Twenty-six people were injured when the Rohingya asylum seeker from Myanmar allegedly set himself on fire inside the bank on 18 November and injured customers and staff when the fire spread.

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