San Francisco Bay Area Violent Crime

Twin Sisters Talk About Being 50 Feet From Gilroy Shooter

Twin sisters were spending the day at the Gilroy Garlic Festival when a gunman began firing at people. 11-year-olds Makenna and Kayla Gorshe were at the festival with their dad, stepmom, and grandpa on Sunday. The girls saw the 19-year-old gunman, identified as Santino William Legan, nearly 50-feet away when he lifted his gun.

“He had khakis and like a fisherman’s hat. You know like when people go fishing, they’ve got khakis, a little fisherman hat, and the vest to hold their bait and stuff?” Kayla said. “And he had like a little green scarf around his neck and he had his gun pointed down, so I was like oh he’s probably a boy scout walking up to do a salute to fallen officers and he raised his gun and started shooting.”


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