Аннотация к книге "Shooting at the Navy Yard: One Survivor's Memoir" Laurel Myers:
"911, what is your emergency?", the operator said in a calm voice as gunshots rained down on victims from the fourth floor in Building 197 at the Washington Navy Yard September 16, 2013. Amidst the chaos, hundreds of workers fled for their lives. Those who weren't hit by the shooter's initial shots were quickly engulfed by the terror that followed.
In Shooting at the Navy Yard, author Laurel Myers offers a firsthand account of the shooting spree that occurred that day and provides insight into the aftermath, including her challenges with post traumatic stress disorder. She addresses workplace safety issues and pays tribute to the twelve people who lost their lives that fateful day.
Praise for Shooting at the Navy Yard
" ... The point of view from the middle of building 197 is good and shows what was going on in the author's mind, what her experiences were from what she saw, what she could hear, and what she felt as she hid under her desk ..."