Summary: student at Notre Dame University who made national headlines at age 17 when she escaped death during the 1998 Lyons Hall dormitory shooting that killed one female student and seriously injured nine others, in which the gunman 31-year-old undergraduate student Charlie V. Emmons was charged with first-degree murder and sentenced to 57-year-plus life terms in prison (he had a history domestic violence with a former girlfriend, whom he'd been stalking on campus at the time of the incident).
Cause of Death: Anaphylactic shock
Born: January 13, 1981
Died: November 25, 2004
Location: Brooklyn, New York