Alexandre Strens




Age: 25


Summary: Belgian part-time receptionist at the Jewish Museum of Belgium in Brussels who had been hospitalized in extremely critical condition for nearly two weeks from multiple gunshot wounds to the face and neck suffered in a horrific May 24, 2014 shooting incident at the Jewish museum in the center of the country's capital after an unidentified gunman reportedly walked inside with an automatic assault rifle, then opened fire in the vicinity and killed at least three people at the scene before the suspect fled on foot and was partially captured by security cameras when the shootings occurred, in which the crime became the result of a hike in anti-Semitism in Europe and is being investigated as terrorism by Belgian authorities after a nationwide manhunt was launched for the suspected gunman.



Cause of Death: Gunshot wounds


Born: 1989


Died: June 6, 2014


Location: Brussels, Belgium