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Father Details His Eye-Opening Experience With Crazed Gunman at Daughter’s Soccer Game

Can’t even imagine…

John Salvatore



Could you imagine finding yourself at a mall or concert or school or daughter’s soccer practice when a deranged maniac begins opening fire? Could there be anything more terrifying than not knowing exactly what is going on, or the exact whereabouts of the shooter?

Talk about a horror story. That’s what happened to a California father. He lived to see another day, but you’d have to think it left him pretty shaken – and rightfully so. Sounds freaky just picturing it.

Here’s Craig Cecilio‘s story…

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They finally started handing out awards and my daughter is second to last in line. One more player to go and I am out of here. Then it happened. All of a sudden everyone starts running. Its a stampede! What is going on? I try talking to a parent and her words come out jumbled. She is frantic and screaming. Everything seemed to be moving in slow motion. Then I hear the word…. SHOOTER!!! I slowly start surveying the large soccer fields but don’t see or hear anything. It feels like time is standing still for me. I stay calm as I survey the landscape.

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Then I hear a voice—as if I have Kal-El (Superman) hearing. It’s my daughter’s voice crying out of the crowd! I shout out to tell her that I am here and to start moving towards the car. I am still surveying the landscape and don’t see anyone or hear anything. I start heading to find my daughter. My gut tells me it is not an automatic rifle. I don’t know why but that is what I am thinking.


My daughter is freaking out as we jog to the car. I notice she is running really fast. She is definitely worried. We get to the car, get in, and she immediately ducks. I said, “don’t worry, Dad is here to protect you and we have a good car to get out of here.” It is 4-wheel drive and we are on a dirt track. Naturally, I punch it and we bolted out of there!

Five minutes after we left the area, my daughter receives a text from one of her teammates. As it turns out, two parents got into an argument and one pulled a gun on the other. Damn. C’mon, soccer Dads! They take this way too seriously. Thank God no one was harmed.

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