On Tuesday, 5 April 1994 35-year-old Flemming Nielsen of Silkeborg
shot four people, two of them fatally, at Aarhus University in
Denmark. Nielsen had been a student at the university since 1986.
He opened fire with a sawed-off shotgun in a university cafeteria
where he killed his first victim, 24-year-old Birgit Bohn Wolfsen. The
remaining students in the room managed to escape. Nielsen proceeded
into another cafeteria and opened fire again, killing his second
victim, 27-year-old Randi Thode Kristensen. Another two people were
wounded but survived.
Flemming Nielsen then retreated to a basement bathroom stall where he
shot himself to death. The autopsy revealed that he had taken Fontex
before the incident, and police found a suicide note at his home,
stating how he couldn't handle life anymore, and that he wanted to
kill some people before ending his own life.