People expressed fear leavened by resolve to carry on Wednesday in the rural southern Alabama area terrorized Tuesday by gunman Michael McLendon, who killed 10 people before fatally shooting himself.
Sandy Morris and her young daughter narrowly missed being caught in the gunfire in Samson, where five of the victims were killed at a house near Morris' hair salon.
"My little girl and I had just walked across from the feed store. I had gone over to buy her a Mountain Dew, and when we got back in I had made it back to my dryer chair and I opened the can and we heard all these shootings," Morris said. Read full article »