Manager at Buffalo store where 10 were killed shares account of massacre

A manager at the Buffalo supermarket where 10 people were shot dead by a white supremacist has told of the moment she saw one victim being shot before her eyes. 

I ran around the front of the building, experienced someone get shot, and ran around the back to get my daughter,’ Tops Market operations manager Shonnell Harris said of Saturday’s massacre.

She was confronted with the horrific site after fleeing out the back door to escape gunshots, only to see shooter Payton Grendon shoot another victim before her eyes.

He shot 13 people, 10 of them fatally, and it’s unclear whether the victim Harris saw survived 

‘I heard the noise, it got louder and closer,’ Harris told The Buffalo News of the tragedy, recalling the barrage of shots let off by white supremacist Payton Gendron, 18, who shot 13 people during the attack, which cops said was racially motivated.

She said she heard up to 70 bullets being fired during the attack in the store where her daughter also works  

Police said 11 of…

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