Currents News Staff
Ten people were killed in a Boulder, Colorado supermarket March 22. It is now the seventh mass shooting in the U.S. this week.
Among the victims yesterday, Boulder police officer, 51-year-old Eric Talley, who rushed to the scene to help.
“We know of 10 fatalities at the scene, including one of our Boulder PD officers by the name of Eric Talley, whose been on the Boulder police department since 2010,” said Chief Maris Herold.
The terrifying scene was captured on video as the event unfolded.
“I just looked at my son and I told him we have three seconds, stay low and don’t look and just move fast,” said Sarah Moonshadow.
Others describe how shoppers helped each other get to safety.
“The employees in the back of the house didn’t know what was going on and we told them there was a shooter, and they told us where the exit was,” said Ryan Borowski.
Police say a 21-year-old man taken into custody and is in stable condition. The suspect was charged with 10 counts of murder and the investigation into the shooting will take at least five days.