Halle - The Belgian woman who was killed in the attack in Stockholm, shows the 31-year-old psychologist Maïlys Dereymaeker.
The woman from Halle worked at the Immigration Office and sat in the reception of asylum seekers. Maïlys, mother of a son and a half, the first victim was then Rakhmat Akilov Friday crashed into a crowd in Stockholm. The attack killed four deaths.
The Belgian was on a last trip to the Swedish capital. Since she had no passport, its identification was made through DNA.
Maïlys was often according to Het Nieuwsblad in her spare time to the music with her boyfriend. She played flute itself at a music in Halle. She also gave music lessons to children.
For her work, she came much into contact with illegal immigrants who, like the Uzbek criminal Rakhmat Akilov, had to be put out of the country. In testimony on asylum and detention Maïlys stated earlier yet she was always seeking meetings with these people for a common language to understand them better and to 'build bridges', the newspaper said.
Also identified the other three victims. It is the 11 year old Ebba Akerland that Friday was reported missing. It was after school on the way home, but never came to that.
The 41-year-old Brit Chris Bevington was killed in the attack. The man lived and worked for ten years in Stockholm and is described by family and friends as 'a wonderful husband, son, father, brother and friend.' In addition, there is another Swede was killed, but his identity was not known yesterday, writes The New Leaf.