On the day of shooting, he was eating his lunch with one of his friends. He remembered somebody coming in and shouting that there was a bomb. The bomb went off that very second, but did not do anything. However, the shooting began immediately after. He didn’t have time to run or duck. It happend way too fast for anything to be done. He rembered lying on the ground for twenty to thirty minutes before help arrived. He was taken to the hospital dazed and confused. After several hours in surgery and a lot of time wondering what was going on, someone explained what had happened. He would never forget that day, when he had been very lucky to survive. Want more information about Zion Educational Systems? Click here, or call 866-417-8579.
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