These Are The People Who’s Future Was Denied By The Terrorist Attacks In Brussels
As of now, at least 34 people have been confirmed dead from the March 22 attacks in Brussels, Belgium. This story will be updated more as more victims become identified.
*We will update the list as their names and photos are released.*
Leopold Hecht, 20 from Brussels, was a student at the Saint-Louis University in Brussels. Hecht was at the metro station when the bombings took place. The university posted the following status this morning:
‘I am very sad to inform you of the death of Leopold Hecht… There are no words to describe our dismay at the news. All our thoughts are with his family and relatives.’
Adelma Tapia Ruiz
Adelma Tapia Ruiz, 36 from Peru, lived in Brussels. She was the mother of 3-year-old twin daughters. Ruiz was traveling from Brussels to New York to see her family when the detonation of the bombs happened.
Her brother posted this on his Facebook:
“It’s very complicated to describe this pain that we’re feeling at home,”
Olivier Delespesse worked for the Federation of Wallonia-Brussels working with French-language speakers. He was traveling on the metro when he was robbed of his life.