A spokeswoman for the family of Jacob Roberts, the Oregon shopping mall gunman, says he was a "very good boy." CNN's Kyung Lah reports.
Antonio Charro talks to Anderson Cooper about helping a victim who he says was shot, possibly in the chest, during the shooting at the Clackamas Town Center mall in Oregon. Charro tried to turn the woman over to see if she was breathing. "I stayed there until a nurse showed up...and she knew what to do," he says.
Video taken inside the Clackamas Town Center mall after a shooting shows shoppers leaving with their arms up, per police instructions.
Kira Rowland heard the shots fired by the gunman when she was shopping at the Clackamas Town Center mall. She describes the chaotic scene.
A woman named Meena says she was in Macy's when she saw the gunman, who was wearing black with a hockey mask covering his face, running through the store. "He was holding, in full view, an assault rifle," she says. When he was out of the store, Meena heard the sound of gunshots.
She tells CNN affiliate station KOIN that seeing the shooter was "surreal," and she thought he was part of a flash mob that was going to dance before she realized he was carrying out an attack on the shoppers in the Clackamas Town Center mall in Oregon.
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