Army Veteran: Las Vegas Shooting Worse Than Iraq Skirmishes
Iraq War veteran Colin Donohue was in the thick of the gunfire last night at a Las Vegas country music festival and said "words can't describe" the horror.
Around 10:00 p.m. on Sunday, a gunman opened fire on approximately 22,000 people from the 32nd story of a hotel, killing 50 and injuring more than 400.
It is the largest mass shooting in modern United States history.
"We had a little bit up towards Mosul but nothing comparatively," the Army reservist told "Fox & Friends," comparing the gunfire in Vegas to his Iraq deployment.
"The first volley, nobody did anything, and then the second volley, everybody dropped," Donohue said.
The soldier, who was on a search and rescue team in 2012, said he started helping people get out of the line of fire.
"I just did what I was supposed to do and what I was trained to do, and I was trying to take care of people."