‘Everybody dies motherf***er!’ Survivor who lived after playing dead in Texas church massacre recounts gunman’s only words as he stalked the aisles firing 450 rounds and shooting crying babies at point blank range

Tuesday, November 7, 2017
By Paul Martin

Rosa Solis survived Sunday’s Texas church shooting by playing dead
She was discharged from the hospital on Monday and recounted the horrifying experience to ABC News from her home where she continues to recover
Solis says that the only thing the shooter said during the attack was ‘Everybody dies motherf*****!’
She says he walked up and down the aisle, shooting at the piles of lifeless bodies, checking to make sure that everyone was dead
Solis survived by hiding herself underneath a bench
Another woman who survived said the shooter walked up and down the aisle shooting at victims about 10 to 15 times
Shooter Devin Patrick Kelley reportedly fired at least 450 rounds at the parishioners and reloaded dozens of times
A local man brought the shooting to an end when he ran over to the church with his own gun and chased Kelley away
Kelley committed suicide behind the wheel of his SUV as he fled the scene

7 November 2017

Survivors are speaking out to detail their horrifying memories of Sunday’s Texas church shooting.

Rosa Solis was shot in the arm during the massacre at First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, and survived by hiding under a bench and playing dead.

She was discharged from the hospital late Monday after being treated for a gunshot wound to her left arm. She spoke out to ABC News from her home after to detail the killer’s chilling only words.

As Devin Patrick Kelley walked up and down the church’s center aisle, shooting at least 450 rounds at the scores of parishioners, Solis says he yelled ‘Everybody dies motherf*****!’

Solis says the only other sound was of ‘people screaming and people crying’ and children yelling for their mothers.

She didn’t dare move to aid any of the other victims.

‘I saw bodies with a lot of blood. That’s all I saw because I wasn’t about to get out from where I was hiding.
‘I played dead. I made sure I hid myself good under that bench,’ she said.

Solis and her husband Joaquin Ramirez were close to not going to church that day, but Solis convinced him they should.

In an interview with KSAT, Ramirez recalled in Spanish how Kelley went around and shot all the crying babies point blank with his assault rifle.

David Brown, whose mother Farida was shot in the shooting and continues to recover at the hospital, says she told him that the killer walked up and down the aisle about 10 to 15 times.

Brown believes his mother survived thanks to her cellphone, which acted as a bulletproof vest of sorts, catching many of the bullets.

‘She just laid on the floor,’ he told GMA. ‘The shooter was shooting everybody. I guess he could see everybody trying to run. And then after no one was moving they were just laying on the floor, he walked up and down all the aisles shooting everyone as they laid on the floor, she said.’

The massacre finally came to the end when local resident Stephen Willeford ran to the church with his own gun.

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