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In an emotional interview, Walmart’s manager of Gilbert Serna reminds us of the guide to safety during the El Paso massacre.

As the carnage unfolded in a Walmart in Texas over the weekend, an old store, an associate said he had been training to take over for: the the.

Gilbert Serna, a CAP, a Team supervisor at the Walmart in El Paso, in the vicinity of the Cielo Vita Shopping centre at around 11am on a Saturday, when the 21-year-old suspect allegedly opened fire in the store, in the first instance, to the deaths of at least 20 and wounding a further 27. Two of the injured died on Monday.

“I have the education and training of the customers in the first place, so I had to get them to safety,” Serna told KFOX14.


Serna, 36, said he was familiar with the sound of gunfire, after reviewing “numerous videos.” If it was for the first time, broke out again, he immediately recognized that the sound was gunfire and that he needed to get into the action shoot, one of KFOX14, what did he do for the next one.

The Texas state police cars are blocking the entrance to the wal-mart store, in the immediate aftermath of a mass shooting in El Paso, Texas, on Saturday, Aug. 3, 2019.
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“I told her,” I’m going to have to throw it all in a container, so I opened up the containers and out of the store and threw it out to the customer, and at the emergency exit and wait for more to come out,” he said.

Serna, who has worked for 18 years at the Walmart store, said that he believes that he has helped over 100 people get to safety in the middle of the story. The Walmart in the area, the capacity at the time of the shooting, and with hundreds of shoppers in, along with the 100 employees during the busy back-to-school shopping season.

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“They were afraid of. I saw that they were in a panic, saying, ‘ Call 911,’ and she was scared, and I said, ” come on into the trailer, and they got in,” he told KFOX14.

After that, he was able to get the people out of the back doors and into the trailers in the back, and Serna then went to the side of the shop to warn the others of what is happening in and to take shelter in a near by Sam’s Club. While some may be able to refer to his actions as heroic, he said, is that it is only the “washington way.”

“If I’m going to run out of me, so I’m going to have people with me,” he told KFOX14.


The El Paso shooting was the deadliest in contemporary AMERICAN history, and the death toll increased Monday when the doctors announced that two of the injured died in the first place.

Police officers walk by a shopping cart at the scene of a mass shooting at a shopping mall on Sunday, Dec. 4, 2019 at the latest, in El Paso, Texas.
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Dr. By Stephen Flaherty from the Del Sol Medical Center, described the wounds as “a devastating and large-scale” and said that a patient who is deceased, had a major abdominal injury, effect on the liver, kidneys, and intestines.

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On Monday, officials have identified 22 people have been killed in the massacre, displaying a list of in the medical examiner’s office to prove that the victims have ranged in age from 15 to 90.

The 21-year-old suspect was booked on a capital murder charge. Authorities said Sunday that the crimes of which he is accused of are being investigated as domestic terrorism. The officials had also looked into whether hate crime charges for him to be fit. Even though Fox News has identified the suspect, or his name, or his picture is being broadcast or to be published, unless it is necessary for the sake of clarity.


Serna told KFOX14 that one of his coworkers at Walmart had been injured in the shooting, one of which has since been released from the hospital, while the other remains in a stable condition. He said Monday is good, so happy to have saved a life, but to bear witness to something that he just can’t get it out of my head.”

People visit a makeshift memorial, Monday, Dec. 5, 2019, on the site of a mass shooting at a shopping mall in El Paso, Texas.
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“You can’t be scared, but you didn’ t break me,” he told KFOX14. “We’ve been in El Paso is strong, and Walmart is strong, and the shop 2201 is strong, and we shall rise again.”

Fox News’ Nicole, Darrah, Talia Kaplan, and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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