Sioux City native witnesses aftermath of Wisconsin temple shooting
By Kristen Johnson, Multimedia Journalist/ Weekend Anchor - bio | email
MILWAUKEE, Wisc. (KTIV) -
Jessica Untrauer moved from Sioux City to Milwaukee two years ago.
When she heard the news of the temple shooting in Oak Creek, she grabbed her camera and headed down to the scene.
The West High grad says the community is quiet; not an area of high crime.
However, she expected chaos when she arrived, and instead was met with calm.
"You know, there were a lot of people from the temple just sitting in groups together, and very quiet. They were just very quiet. It was like they were waiting. They remained calm and extremely peaceful," described Untrauer
Untrauer says she feels both shock and sadness and that the full extent of what she saw hasn't set in.
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