Monday marks 19 years since the deadly bombing at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta.

It started with an anonymous call, warning a bomb would explode at Centennial Olympic Park, in the midst of the games. Just after 1:00 p.m.EST, a pipe bomb filled with nails and screws exploded.

44 year-old Alice Hawthorne of Albany, Georgia died in the blast. Melih Uzubyol, a cameraman with Turkish Radio and Television Corporation, suffered a fatal heart attack while running to the scene. Over 100 people were wounded.

It took nearly seven years for authorities to finally capture Eric Robert Rudolph, the man responsible for the attack.

Rudolph would eventually plead guilty to four bombings, including the one at Centennial Olympic Park.

He is currently serving four life terms without the possibility of parole at ADX Florence Supermax prison in Florence, Colorado.