The jury in the case of three men found guilty of grievous bodily harm heard how a bullet hit her in the chest and passed through the seventh vertebra of five-year-old Thusha Kamaleswaran's spine, leaving her wheelchair-bound for life.
Roshan Selvakumar, who was shopping at the time of the attack, was shot in the face and has been left with bullet fragments permanently lodged in his head.
Jurors were shown dramatic CCTV footage from inside the store, where Mr Selvakumar can be seen with blood pouring from his head and Thusha lies slumped on the floor.
Nathaniel Grant, 21, Kazeem Kolawole, 19, and Anthony McCalla, 20, were today found guilty at the Old Bailey of causing grievous bodily harm to Thusha Kamaleswaran, then five, in a shooting in London that left her paralysed.
Thusha was the victim of an indiscriminate drive-by shooting at her uncle's shop in Stockwell, south London in March 2011. She was left paralysed, and another 35-year-old man, Roshan Selvakumar, was also injured.