A witness to a mass shooting at an El Paso shopping center Saturday afternoon described the moments during the attack.
Police confirmed to KFOX14 up to 30 people were injured and 10 killed.
"I'm looking to see what's going on," the unidentified witness told CNN. "And more people are coming in and then I hear. 'boom boom boom boom' we all ran out of the McDonald's. I talked to another guy that said he saw somebody shot in the head. And another lady shot in the head and her head was like blown away."
Another witness said frantic children warned him of the attack.
"A little kid ran in there and was telling us is the active shooter in Walmart but we didn't pay no attention because one it was this little kid and two you're at the mall and at Walmart that you know that we didn't pay it no mind, so I walked to Footlocker and I could hear two gunshots," said Glendon Oakly, a witness to the shooting. "And a whole bunch of people started running around screaming."
I see a whole bunch of kids is running around without their parents. So I put it up and the only thing I think of is just pick up as many kids as possible and there was another guy did as well. I don't know where he went but there was another Hispanic guy with me, he did as well. And I could say maybe a total of 13 kids was running around, but I could only get three and I think he got about three as well. I was just focused on the kids. I wasn't really worried about myself."
Authorities believe one gunman who is in custody is responsible for the attacks, according to The Associated Press.
Police Sgt. Enrique Carrillo said the incident has ended. Authorities are telling people to avoid the area as they work to secure the Cielo Vista shopping complex. Multiple businesses are on lockdown, according to CNN.