New Zealand shooting: Son of injured Pakistani man recounts how father became victim


Islamabad: Attacks on two New Zealand mosques left nine Pakistani origin people dead and several others, according to Foreign Office.
Among the injured was Mohammed Amin Nas who, according to AFP news agency, only survived because of the paramedics at the hospital where he was taken to after being shot by Australian terrorist Brenton Tarrant.
His son Yasir Amin told AFP they encountered the alleged assailant — Australian national Brenton Tarrant — driving outside the Al Noor mosque.
“He took out this big gun and just shot at us as we were running,” Yasir said.
His father was struck four times. Yasir called emergency services who spent 10 minutes treating his father where he lay before rushing him to hospital.
He has been into surgery three times and remains in intensive care.


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