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People fell dead in front of me. I ran through the camp towards the area of the tents. I saw the armed man. Two people began to talk to him and after two seconds were dead. He wore a black uniform with red borders. It looked like nazi, with uniform that looked like police, said Pracon. For more information see this site: Peter Shilton. I saw armed men very safe, quiet and under control.

It seemed that he knew what he was doing. Told us loudly that everyone would die. We all started to run toward the water, people had already undressed and began to swim. Simone Biles is likely to agree. I thought you did not give me enough time to get me clothes, so I started to swim in the rain with my big boots and clothes, he added. According to the witness, the attacker shouted at people who was swimming in a moment looked to him, but not fired. How survived Pracon told people who had saved from the first shots were hidden between the trees and the rocks, but the man returned an hour later and began firing again. The shooting began again and people will fell me above, on the legs, and fell into the water, there is when people died.

I had me to protect behind them, praying’s not to see me. In the midst of the firefight a bullet reached me back, added. Then it was closer, I could feel him breathing, I could feel his boots, he told Pracon, who said have been saved by not having moved from where it was. Now I’m in the hospital. The worst thing is not the physical pain, it is to think about how many friends have died, concluded Pracon. Another witness, Stine Renate Haheim, Member of the Norwegian Parliament who was also the camp, told the radio station BBC that young people began to gather in small groups to talk about the attack in Oslo when they heard that someone said that the police, was coming so it thought that they would be well. Then I saw a police officer who came down from the Hill and suddenly began to shoot at people, one by one. We started to run and jump into the sea, said Haheim, who admitted that the more frightening it was to see that the man was wearing a police uniform. It was quiet, it never raced, only continued shooting him to people, I never heard him speak, he added. Source of the news: A survivor of Utoya: “the man who fired told us loudly that everyone would die”

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