A hero teacher, a fearless football coach and teenagers only just starting high school were among the 17 dead after a gunman opened fire on students and staff at a Florida high school.
The identities of those killed in the deadly attack were starting to emerge a day after suspected gunman Nikolas Cruz loosed a barrage of bullets in the halls of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
Family and friends desperately circulated the images of missing high school students in hopes of their return after Wednesday’s deadly shooting. Jaime Guttenberg was remembered as “the most beautiful, kind-hearted, driven, funny and sweet girl
Martin Duque, a 14-year-old freshman, also died in the shooting,
14-year-old Gina Montalto died from her injuries late Wednesday night. She was a member of the school’s winter guard team
Nicholas Dworet was killed in the shooting. He had just accepted a scholarship for the University of Indianapolis
Aaron Feis, a security official and coach at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, jumped in front of the gunman’s bullets
Geography teacher Scott Beigel opened the door to let Kelsey Friend and a group of fleeing students into his classroom. When Beigel attempted to re-lock the door, the gunman walked by and shot him dead.