These are the victims of the Florida high school shooting - MRCAESAR.COM

Thursday, 15 February 2018

These are the victims of the Florida high school shooting

A hero teacher, a fearless football coach and teenagers only just starting high school are among the 17 dead after a gunman opened fire on students and staff at a Florida high school.
The identities of those killed in the deadly attack were starting to emerge a day after suspected gunman Nikolas Cruz loosed a barrage of bullets in the halls of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
Family and friends desperately circulated the images of missing high school students in hopes of their return after Wednesday's deadly shooting.
Jaime Guttenberg was remembered as “the most beautiful, kind-hearted, driven, funny and sweet girl" in a touching tribute from her cousin. (FACEBOOK)
But hours after the deadly spree at the Parkland school, Fred and Jennifer Guttenbergs’ worst fears were confirmed. Their daughter Jaime Guttenberg was identified as a victim of the massacre as condolences poured in for the teenager, Local10 News reported.
Martin Duque was killed when Nikolas Cruz shot and killed 17 people at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.(GOFUNDME)
Hours earlier, Fred Guttenberg shared that his son Jesse was safe, and enlisted the help of his Facebook friends by writing, “We cannot reach Jaime. If anyone has a child who saw or spoke to Jaime please call me.”
The teen’s cousin Alexa Saka later paid tribute to the high school student, who she remembered as “the most beautiful, kind-hearted, driven, funny and sweet girl.”
Martin Duque, a 14-year-old freshman, also died in the shooting, the Miami Herald reported. His older brother Miguel, who graduated from Douglas high school last year confirmed the news in an early morning Instagram post.
"Words can not describe my pain," he wrote Thursday. "I love brother Martin. You'll be missed buddy. I know you're in a better place."
Aaron Feis, a security official and coach at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, jumped in front of the gunman's bullets during a school shooting. (MSD FOOTBALL)
Aaron Feis, who worked as an assistant football coach and security guard, was critically injured when he shielded students from the gunfire. The school football team confirmed he succumbed to his injuries overnight, saying that he "died a hero."
Geography teacher Scott Beigel opened the door to let Kelsey Friend and a group of fleeing students into his classroom, Friend recalled during a tearful interview on GMA. When Beigel attempted to re-lock the door, the gunman walked by and shot him dead.
"He unlocked the door and let us in. I thought he was behind me, but he wasn't," Friend sobbed. "When he opened the door, he had to re-lock it so that we could stay safe but he didn't get the chance."
Scott Beigel was killed on February 14, 2018 when Nikolas Cruz, 19, shot and killed 17 people. (FACEBOOK)
Students barricaded themselves inside classrooms, hid in closets, and ran from the building after gunshots rang out at the school on Wednesday afternoon.
Cruz, who may have set off the fire alarm so students would flood the hallways before he opened fire, concealed himself in the crowds and slipped away after the carnage, according to the Broward Sheriff’s Office.
The 19-year-old was taken into custody about an hour later, and taken to the hospital as a precautionary measure for labored breathing, police said.

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