You will no longer go to a race to compete or cheer on your friends or family without worrying that an unattended backpack lying nearby might contain a bomb.
“You saw parents grabbing their babies, and run into stores — one woman had two babies,” said Manny Torres, a salesman at the mall. “It was crazy.”
What can you do to keep from becoming the victim of a robbery or crazed attacker while using a public washroom?
What actions would you have taken to survive the horror of that night?