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Jamie hugs her son, Julian, as they visit the Healing Garden for the first time on Wednesday. Jamie worked at a bank inside Walmart in 2019 and witnessed the shooting just weeks before Julian was born.
El Paso shooting

“I think of them always,” survivor of El Paso Walmart shooting says of those who were killed three years ago

Speaking out for the first time, an El Paso mom recounts the moments from a bank inside the Walmart where 23 people were fatally shot and dozens more were injured in 2019.

Jamie reads a dedication plaque at the Healing Garden on Wednesday evening. In 2019, Jamie was pregnant and an employee at a bank inside of Walmart when the shooting occurred.

A normal El Paso day

Seeking cover

Inside the vault room

Jamie holds the hand of her son, Julian, as they visit the Healing Garden for the first time on Wednesday. Jamie worked at a bank inside Walmart in 2019 and witnessed the shooting just weeks before Julian was born.

Calling home

“It’s really bad out here”

Coming out of the dark

Jamie walks through the Healing Garden with her son, Julian, on Wednesday evening.

Reunited in silence

Breaking down

Julian, who will soon celebrate his third birthday, wears a bracelet given to him by his grandmother as he visits the Healing Garden on Wednesday. Julian's mother, Jamie, was just weeks away from giving birth when she witnessed the Walmart shooting in 2019.

The aftermath

Jamie stands with her son, Julian, in front of the memorial to André and Jordan Anchondo, a young couple killed in the Walmart shooting, at the Healing Garden on Wednesday. Jamie, pregnant with Julian at the time, witnessed the shooting.

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