Cop shoots cop in front of Starbucks. Well technically, it happened behind me since I was sitting next to the fireplace reading a book with my back turned. After the shots rang out, about 6 or 7 of us ran outside to find the seriously wounded man bleeding to death. We immediately administered first aid using my belt and some shirts as tourniquets. An employee and myself also talked him through it until the EMT's arrived. His eyes kept rolling back into his head. I though he was going to die. There was so much blood. Must have hit one of the major arteries/veins in his leg. I also discovered a bullet hole in his wrist. Everyone was so level-headed; it was amazing. Gunshots don't sound like they do in the movies. They literally sound like really loud "cap" guns. I was just watching a zombie horror move the other night. There was a particularly gory scene that made me light-headed to the point I had to lie down. I still can't believe that I managed to help this guy, while covered in his blood, without going into shock myself. Adrenaline is an amazing thing. This is the town I grew up in. Nothing like this ever happens. You really never know what is going to happen next.