Wisconsin siblings tell of running to warn others as temple shooting erupted
"We ran as fast as we could inside to warn everybody in the kitchen and everybody else there is a man outside with ...
Oak Creek, Wisconsin (CNN)-- Two young children have emerged as heroes after warning others of a gunman on a rampage at their Sikh house of worship in suburban Milwaukee.
Abhay Singh, 11, and his sister, Amanat, 9, were sitting outside the gurdwara Sunday morning when the shooter, identified as Wade Michael Page, first opened fire on two people.
"We ran as fast as we could inside to warn everybody in the kitchen and everybody else there is a man outside with a gun," Abhay -- whose name means "fearless" -- told CNN's "AC360" on Wednesday. "We were a little bit scared."
The children said they hid with others in a pantry after sounding the alarm.
Their mother, Kanwal Singh, and father had told them to stay inside while they went to a store to get supplies for a meal at the gurdwara. But the children said the inside was hot.
The horrified parents could not immediately reach the children.
"We were worreid and praying like hopefully we will see them again," KanwalSingh said