19-year-old Indian national Tarishi Jain, a student at UC Berkeley who had just finished her sophomore year at the school, was one of the dead in a brutal mass shooting and hostage situation in Dhaka, Bangladesh Friday night. The killings took place in a business called Holey Bakery at nearly 11 p.m. ISIS has claimed responsibility for the attack.

Per Bay City News:

Jain was inside the bakery when a group of gunmen reportedly stormed the business, taking patrons hostage. After about 10 hours, Bangladeshi authorities were able to free the surviving hostages and reportedly killed six of the gunmen.

Via Twitter, we have a statement from India’s Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj “I am extremely pained to share that the terrorist have killed [Tarishi], an Indian girl who was taken hostage in the terror attack in Dhaka. I have spoken to her father Shri Sanjeev Jain and conveyed our deepest condolences. The country is with them in this hour of grief.”

The Chronicle spoke to a friend of Jain's, 20-year-old Cal student Rebecca Dharmapalan, who said she met Jain in a South Asian studies class in the fall of 2015. “What’s hitting me hard is that she wanted to see so much happen [in Bangladesh]," Dharmapalan said. "She was so passionate about creating change there. That was really my impression of her — she wanted to do change, she wanted to do everything she could for the people."