Andras Kovacs
 


 

Age: 53



Summary:
Hungarian skydiver who was hospitalized in critical condition for a week from severe burns suffered up to 60 percent of his body after he was seriously injured in the deadly April 24, 2006 Dahab bombings that left at least 23 people dead including his 47-year-old wife and also wounded more than 60 others in the blasts when a series of three time bombs exploded inside a busy restaurant and market in tourist areas in the popular Red City resort city of Dahab, Egypt on the Sinai Peninsula during the holiday season, in which Egyptian security officials have attributed the attacks to an Islamic terror organization called Al-Tawhid wal Jihad after nearly 100 people have been killed in recent militant attacks at several tourist resorts in the Sinai Peninsula in the past two years, including the October 2004 Sinai bombings and the July 2005 Sharm el-Sheikh bombings.




Cause of Death: Complications from sepsis due to burns suffered in a terrorist bomb attack



Born: 1953


 
Died: May 6, 2006



Location:
Budapest, Hungary