Orlando Shooting: Survivor Reveals Why The Shooter Attacked & Says She Was Spared Because He Felt 'Black People Suffered Enough'
We applaud Jasmine Carter's bravery for speaking about surviving that terrible tragedy.
The victim, who shared her story from a wheelchair, explained to the press that she, her friend Tiara Parker, and Tiara's cousin Akyra Murray — who were all on vacation in the Florida city — had a fun night at the gay club and called an Uber when the shots started, saying:
"We went from having the time of our lives to the worst night of our lives in a matter of minutes."
The injured girl explained that she and Akyra had managed to crawl outside, but went back when they realized Tiara was still inside.
When they found her, the three girls hid in the bathroom.
While they sought shelter in a stall, the gunman walked in and started shooting. Jasmine was shot in both legs, Tiara was shot in the side, and 18-year-old Akyra was hit in her arm and bleeding heavily.
The teen tragically died from her injuries.
When Jasmine scoped out the horrific scene, she saw bodies "piled on top of each other on the toilet seat" in other stalls.