A Canadian honour guard was shot and killed at Ottawa's National War Memorial on Wednesday morning

VIDEO: Witnesses describe scene at Parliament Hill; Raw footage of Ottawa shootings

One witness – nearby worker Scott Walsh – says the gunman right by him, no more than five feet away, after the first shots were fired.



Witnesses describe the scene in Ottawa on Wednesday morning, when a man reportedly masked in a blue and white scarf fired several shots inside and outside Canada’s government buildings and killed an honour guard – since identified as Cpl. Nathan Cirillo – at the country’s National War Memorial.

Raw Video of Ottawa shootings (via The Canadian Press)

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