An eight-year-old student described how a teacher saved him from bullets at his Newtown, Conn., elementary school Friday morning, where at least 27 people were killed by a gunman.
The student told WCBS-TV’s Lou Young he was on the way to the school’s office when he saw bullets.
“I saw some of the bullets going down the hall that I was right next to and then a teacher pulled me into her classroom,” the student said.
“It sounded like someone was kicking a door,” he said of the bullets.
At around 9:40 a.m., a gunman opened fire at Sandy Hook Elementary school. At least 18 of the deaths are children and an unknown number are injured. Continue reading at CBSNews.