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Navy Yard Survivor Speaks Out

Man forced to barricade himself in office during Monday's shooting spree describes his ordeal.
(WCMH) Chad Moses has worked as at the Washington Navy Yard for five years as a civilian contractor.

Now, he is back in Westerville, Ohio, just days after he was forced to barricade himself in his office when a gunman went on a shooting spree inside the complex.

"The first two shots actually sounded like somebody was dropping something in the atrium" said Moses, a financial management analyst. "There was two of them, and I actually walked over to the end of my row and looked, sort of looked down there but I didn't want to get too close because I didn't know what was going on. We heard two more and at that point if you've ever been to a gun range or been around guns they don't sound like they do in the movies."

He said the gunshots got closer and his boss told everyone to get down. Moses says he closed the door to his office and threw a table up against the door.

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