Interview with Richard Strichartz
QUESTION 4
SHEILA C. BERNARD:

If you could tell me what it was like at your house.

RICHARD STRICHARTZ:

Well, we didn't let the kids out in the afternoon and then at night when I put them to sleep, ah, you could hear the gun shots, you could hear the sirens, you could smell the smoke which filled the air and was acrid and pungent and, ah, they, hearing those, that, that, those bullets going off, even though we're in the northwest section and not really down in the center where so much was going on, they kind of crept into the, into our bedroom and curled up on the floor, they felt more secure. And frankly, so did I.