MURRAY Utah (ABC4 UTAH) - Matthew Thomas heard gunfire and began racing to wellbeing.
Thomas was at the Mold Place Shopping center in Murray Sunday evening. At around 1:30
, police got various 911 calls of shots being discharged at the shopping center.
Thomas was at the nourishment court when the shots ran out.
"I heard a few shots," he reviewed.
He went along with other people who were running towards the leave entryways.
"A large portion of the general population didn't comprehend what was happening and other
individuals begun shouting "shots, discharges, shots," Thomas said.
He was outside when he chosen to pivot and return in.
He was going towards Dillards at t
he south end of the shopping center. That is the point at which he detected a
man and a lady who had been shot.
"I saw the two on the ground harmed," he said.
"The young woman had a discharge twisted to the leg.
I trust the person got shot in the back."
He landed as police were happening upon the couple also. Be that as it may, despite everything he
figured out how to banter with the couple.
"They were talking," Thomas said. "They were cognizant.
I was asking them (who shot them) and the person said he didn't have a clue."
The lady additionally disclosed to Thomas she didn't see the shooter.
Be that as it may, he said the harmed man
'I asked the person where did the shooters go," Thomas reviewed. "What's more,
he said they ran out the
entryway where they were laying at."
Notwithstanding long stretches of hunting inside
the shopping center down the shooter or shooters,
police never found those in charge of the shooting.
Thomas said he remained with the couple until
the point that they were taken to the healing facility
"I was really holding both of their hands and I was letting them know 'you'll be alright, your going to be fine,'" he said.
Fundamentally they were progressively terrified and anxious.
Thomas said he doesn't consider himself to be a saint however responded in a way he trusted others would.
"On the off chance that it would have been me who had been shot, I would need somebody to be there to encourage
" he said.