(WTVR) - AMC's theater manager Jessica Stensrud talks about how she helped her coworkers to get out safely during the shooting that shot 12 people early Friday morning.
She says she grabbed her colleagues and hid them in the walk-in-fridge.
Describing the situation, Stensrud says, "It felt like a nightmare. This is my home."
She says they came out to a scene of chaos after she and her employees were cleared to leave the walk-in-fridge. Stensrud says she wishes she could have done more, but she did all she could to save those around her.
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