Tullia Ciotola


Age: 20

Italian exchange student at the Eastern University of Naples under the Erasmus program in Bucharest, Romania who had been hospitalized in very critical condition for a week from severe burns suffered up to 50 percent of her body in the deadly October 30 Colectiv nightclub fire and stampede that killed 27 people (and counting) at the scene and injured more than 180 others when the fire occurred during a free concert performed by the heavy metal band Goodbye to Gravity to celebrate the release of their new album Mantras of War, in which the band's pyrotechnics display comprising of sparkler firework candles ignited the club's flammable polyurethane acoustic foam and caused the fire to expand very quickly becoming the worst such incident in Romania in the last 20 years.

Cause of Death: Injuries sustained in a nightclub fire

Born: March 24, 1995

Died: November 7, 2015

Rotterdam, the Netherlands