Witnesses Of The San Bernardino Shooting Tell Their Stories

Survivors of the San Bernardino shooting and their loved ones describe what happened during the horrific incident.

Witnesses Of The San Bernardino Shooting Tell Their Stories
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Witnesses and loved ones describe the San Bernardino shooting in their own words. (Video via KGTV)

"I was just in disbelief. I called my kids and said, 'If something happens to me, there was a shooting here. Be safe,'" a survivor told KCAL.

"I heard rapid shooting, just boom, boom, boom, boom, boom, boom, boom," a woman told CNN.

"It sounded like a gun range, just shots going off," a witness told NBC.

"She called me around 10:40 and just told me, 'Babe, don't be scared. I love you so much. Take care of Matthew, but there's a shooter here,'" a survivor's husband told KCAL.

"They locked the door; that's all that I know. That's all that she told me, and then we stopped talking because I didn't want her to talk anymore," a woman told NBC.

"Shooting at my work. People shot. In the office waiting for cops. Pray for us," read a text from a man's daughter who was trapped in the building.

"Why would he do something like this? I have absolutely no idea. I am in shock myself," the brother-in-law of one of the suspected shooters told reporters. (Video via CNN)