One Day in History
Portraits of young people who survived the massacre at the summer camp of Norwegian Labour Youths (AUF), on the island of Ut¿ya outside Oslo on July 22nd 2011.
” When I woke up in hospital and saw that my little finger was missing, I started to cry – how could I live without it? Then I realized I was shot in the neck vertebrae, and could have been paralyzed.”
Hanne Hest¿ Ness (20) Namsos spent 4 1/2 months in hospital. She was shot in the shoulder, little finger and in the neck vertebrae. She was covered by dead bodies when the police found her.
69 people were killed, and around 500 survived. Some were badly wounded and one year later many struggle to return to normal life.
PHOTO: Andrea Gjestvang/MOMENT