Columbine Victims→Dave Sanders
For 25 years, William Dave Sanders had worked as a computer and business teacher at Columbine High School, as well as being coach of the female softball and basketball teams.
After hearing the gunshots outside of the school, Sanders made his way to the cafeteria and signalled the alarm. He and a couple other of the school’s janitors proceeded by directing as many students as possible away from the shooters.
While continuing his efforts to keep the students safe on the upstairs hall, Sanders was shot from behind by Eric Harris.
It was then in the science lab that Sanders bled to his fate. Deidra Kucera, a student at Columbine, placed a sign in the classroom window that read: “1 BLEEDING TO DEATH.”
Despite, the attempts to save him by fellow students, Dave Sanders passed away three hours later. His lasts words reportedly being: “Tell my family I love them.”