(FOX News) - An Army vet says his military training kicked in when a man was shot at a Walmart in the Red Bird area of Dallas, Texas on Friday.
Rafael Semmler told FOX 4 that he and his family were at the Walmart when they heard gunfire. After making sure his family got out safely, he returned to the store to see if there was anything he could do to help.
"Everybody started running towards us screaming they're shooting, they're shooting," Semmler recalled. "You don't really think about it, it's just at that time it's kind of like instinct, it's what you've been trained to do."
Semmler was in the military for eleven years as an infantryman and a medic, serving places like Kuwait, Iraq and Bosnia.
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