I was indeed in a mass shooting yesterday. We were half a block away from the shooter. it was pretty terrifying, having my wife and one year old that close in a life threatening situation, especially since we got separated when the shooting started. If you watch the video that has been circulating online (from behind a screen), it was taken from almost directly above me, and you can hear me shouting “where’s my daughter?!?!” when he reloads. I don’t know why I yelled that, as if someone was going to stop and help me out. after there was no one else running and shots had stopped, i knew she must have ran past me without me seeing her, so I took off looking for her. Luckily she had run into a friend of mine who grabbed my kid so she kid run faster. He got them to an apartment building a few blocks away while I frantically searched everywhere for them. Meanwhile I ran to our car (which was even closer to shooting) thinking my wife may have gone there, which she did not. I ran to an apartment building nearby and saw a friend of mine with his wife and two kids trying to break a glass door so he could shelter his family. I asked them if they had seen my wife and kid but took off before they even answered me. eventually I got in touch with the wife, who initially didn’t know where she was, but I found her 5-10 minutes later after searching every building on the street corner she described. The crazy thing is that I now know the shooter got off the roof and walked back to his parents house in disguise…which was almost certainly right past the intersection where i was looking for my family, assuming he went the fastest way. About 20-25 minutes after shooting stopped I went back to “ground zero” to pick up some things we had left behind and get our car, which was right at the corner of the shooting. Saw bodies laying in the street and many others being attended to. Grown men sobbing. It was just awful and terrifying. I know multiple people that were shot and injured. Everyone is going to make it as far as I know. Not looking forward to hearing names of the deceased. do not recommend.