Rosanne Solis and Joaquin Ramirez, who were sitting near the church’s entrance, recounted the carnage that followed when the black clad gunman entered First Baptist Church, yelling for death and targeting crying infants, children calling for help, and those who moved to seek cover under pews.
Ramirez and Solis said the gunman walked up and down the aisle, shooting crying infants and children point blank, and going after those who were trying to evade death.
“The shooter was making his rounds, and he ended up there and started shooting this lady multiple times,” David Brown, Farida’s son, told KENS-TV. “And the lady looked at my mom the whole time, and my mom was looking at her and telling her, ‘It’s OK, you’re going to go to heaven. You’re going to go to heaven,’ and then she knew it was her turn to be shot, and so she just started praying that God would take her soul to heaven.”
“I don’t think my mom would be here right now if he [Mr. Willeford] didn’t show up when he did,” David Brown told WSJ.
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