Witnesses of the Gilroy, California shooting reported seeing the shooter wearing some kind of Army fatigues. One witness described it as "almost like a police uniform -- almost like." Another witness described it as a "flack jacket" and a brown hat.
"I didn't really hear anything," said Ryan Wallace. "He walked up almost like in police uniform -- almost like. He rose his gun up, and, just, started spraying out rounds."
"Did he shoot one?" asked the NBC Bay Area reporter.
"Yeah, yeah, I watched him do it, and he hit -- I was working one of the pieces of equipment here -- the play equipment -- and he went right up and started spreading and walking across the field."
Wallace said that the shooter was walking around like a police offer trying to "get stuff done."
"It was horrifying," he closed.
Watch the full interview below:
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