Ryan Borowski, one of the people inside the King Soopers grocery store when a gunman started firing shots, said everyone was helping each other out from the back of the store.
He said he heard two loud noises, and on the third he and the people around him realized it was gunshots. He said they started running around the back of the store and the employees helped them out through the back door.
“We told the employees what was going on for everyone to help each other out and got to safety as quickly as possible,” Borowski told CNN behind the Boulder, Colo. Store about two hours after the shooting.
Borowski said he was going to buy some ice cream, but then changed his mind and started walking the other way.
“I didn’t see the shooter. I saw terrified faces running towards me and that’s when I turned around and ran the other way,” he said. he declares.
He said everyone was helping each other, but while some people were running, others were freezing.
“We ran and I don’t know why other people didn’t and I’m sorry they froze and just wish that didn’t happen – wish I had an answer as to why it happened, “he said.
He said he could never have imagined a situation like this happening in Boulder.
“Boulder looks like a bubble and the bubble has burst and it’s heartbreaking. To think that people are dead today,” Borowski said. Police have not confirmed whether anyone was killed.
“It seems like the safest place in America and I almost got killed for buying a soda, you know, and a bag of crisps. I don’t feel good,” he added. .
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