Summary: Russian retired school administrator who had undergone lengthy treatment at several hospitals in Moscow and Vladikavkaz but was disabled for nearly two years after sustaining numerous injuries including multiple shrapnel wounds suffered in the explosions during the September 2004 terrorist attack at Beslan's School No. 1 hostage-taking crisis when she was taken hostage for three days along with her son and two grandsons by 31 heavily-armed Chechen militants inside the school's gymnasium packed with more than 1,100 children, parents and staff before one of the militants' explosive devices went off and security forces stormed the building on Sept. 3, 2004 as the ensuing maelstrom of explosions and gunfire killed the vast majority of the victims including 186 children and 11 emergency workers, in which the latest fatality in the attack also came in August 2005 with the death of a former hostage and two more former hostages remained in critical condition.
Cause of Death: Complications of injuries resulting from the terrorist attack
Died: August 9, 2006
Location: Vladikavkaz, Russia