The witness statement continued:
Immediately after he shot me he said 'Where is Michael Groce [Cherry Groce's is son]?' I was lying on the floor on my right hand side.
A police officer was still pointing a gun at me. I said 'I can't breathe'. I remember that I started choking.
I asked a police officer if I was going to die. He said: 'No. It's just like having a baby.' I waited for what seemed a long time for an ambulance to arrive.
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