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Customers return to Walmart after deadly shooting

People return to cars after Walmart...

THORNTON, Colo. - As customers returned to retrieve their cars Thursday morning from the Walmart parking lot, they were still in shock, after a shooter opened fire, killing three people.

"I was more worried about my kids and my husband, even though they're not in the store I worried about my family," said Barbara King, the owner of 'Smart Style', inside Walmart. 

Another man, Maurice Sartor, was walking around Walmart when the incident happened. 

He helped several families get out of the Walmart during the incident.

"I'm just glad that the ones that had cars listened. Some people with cars didn't. And I prayed for everyone last night." said Sartor. He left his sleeping bag behind and came to retrieve it from inside the store. 


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