Tearful Colorado Shooting Survivor: 'It's Not Right'

November 28th, 2015 | Posted by admin in Uncategorized

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A visibly shaken witness to Friday's mass shooting at Colorado Springs' Planned Parenthood clinic described the moment he saw the gunman, identified as Robert Lewis Dear.

"Five seconds we stared at each other, and in that five-second period those bullet holes went right through my windshield," Ozy Licano, 61, of Manzinola, Colorado, told reporters.

"At the time, I wasn't scared. I was more angry. I worry about the other people that were injured," Licano said.

One police officer and two civilians were killed, and nine others were injured in the attack.

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