YouTube Shooting Witness Says He Wished He Had a Gun

‘You’ve got to think fast’

YouTube Shooting Witness Says He Wished He Had a Gun (The Daily Caller)

A witness to the shooter near YouTube headquarters in San Bruno, California said during a Tuesday interview on Fox News that he wished he had a gun during the situation.

“What was going through your mind?” a reporter asked. “I mean, people dropping, being shot multiple times, bullets whizzing, people bleeding. What’s going through your mind?”

“I knew I had to be smart,” the witness said. “You’ve got to be fast. You’ve got to think fast.”

“I didn’t have a gun on me, but I wish I did,” he added.

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