On the morning of October 2, 2006, a gunman took ten girls (aged 6 to 13) hostage in a one-room Amish schoolhouse in Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania. He shot the girls, killing five and wounding the other five, before committing suicide.
One of the victims was 7-year-old Naomi Rose Ebersol. Earlier during the incident — before the gunman had ordered the adult women and the boys to leave — Naomi had been comforted by a pregnant woman named Lydia Mae Zook:
[Lydia] reached over and patted the frightened child on the back.
“It’s going to be all right,” she assured the little girl.
On October 10, Lydia gave birth to her baby girl three weeks early. She named the baby Naomi Rose.
(The other little girls who lost their lives were named Anna, Lena, Marian, and Mary.)
Source: Dribben, Melissa. “In Amish survivor’s baby, hope lives “Shattered, but strong”: Woman who escaped death relates her story.” Philadelphia Inquirer 22 Oct. 2006.