An 8-year-old girl said she “looked forward” to the video of the mass “shooting” that has been viewed more than 3.3 million times Twitter.
The girl Faris Nunn experienced a shooting on Saturday night during the Washington Nationals baseball game at the National Stadium in Washington, DC. The audible gunfire — which sounded outside the stadium, causing three injuries — caused panic among the stadium fans.
Nunn explained in the video: “I just saw people looking in that direction. I didn’t know what was happening until I heard someone say’sit down’, so I started walking under the seat.”
When a lady asked her how she felt at the time, Nunn replied: “This is my second time shooting, so I am a little prepared because I have been looking forward to what will happen.” She answered while biting her left nail.
According to WUSA reports, Nunn sat on the third bottom line with her parents and younger brother in the game on Saturday night. Her mother, Lora Nunn, told the news media that on the morning of November 6, 2020, a man was shot to death outside the recreation center in Northeast Washington, DC. Her daughter had appeared in the toddler play group.
Lora Nunn said: “We are just trying to assure her that this is abnormal. No one has targeted her. It is a very stressful period of pandemic.”
The girl’s mother said there were many young children in the Nationals’ game against the San Diego Padres on Saturday night.
“At least the people around us are relatively calm, just checking the children,” Lola Nunn said.
Various Twitter commenters expressed sadness over Farris Nunn’s comments. Some people say that it is abnormal for such a young girl to “look forward” to a public shooting. Others criticized the national gun law and emphasized the need for stricter gun regulations.
Fans Praise three San Diego Padres players— Fernando Tatis Jr., Manny Machado and Wil Myers — Open the stadium gates on Saturday night. The players allowed the fans to hide in the air-raid shelter until the scene was deemed safe.
“I just want to assure the public that during this incident, no one in the stadium will participate in the game in any form of danger,” said Ashan Benedict, executive assistant police chief of the local Metropolitan Police Department. tell CNN.
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