And there is a new story of heroism. Two children who saved lives. Abc's alex perez has their story. Reporter: They were among the youngest at the sikh temple that deadly sunday and some of the... See More
And there is a new story of heroism. Two children who saved lives. Abc's alex perez has their story. Reporter: They were among the youngest at the sikh temple that deadly sunday and some of the bravest. 9-year-old amanat and her 9-year-old brother were playing outside when they heard the gunshots. We heard a shot, which we thought was a fireworks, but then it wasn't fireworks, it was bullets. And we saw a guy, he got out of a cab and he hit two people who were getting into their car. Reporter: The children didn't hesitate. They ran into the temple to sound the alarm. How were you warning people if. As soon as we got in the kitchen, I started yelling, I'm like, there's a guy with a gun, hide, hide. Reporter: Were you scared? Yeah. Reporter: What were you scared about? That he's going to kill everyone. Reporter: And when you saw everyone's reaction, how were they -- how were people acting when you guys came in and they heard what you were saying? Fwl they were fightened. Reporter: The children were able to warn more than a dozen people to run and hide. This man was one of th so, these kids saved your life? They saved my life. My wife, my daughter-in-law and my -- many people. Reporter: The children are also grateful they were able to do that. They say they wish they could have done more. What's it like to feel like a hero. I feel proud, because I saved lots of lives. Reporter: Alex perez, abc news, ok oak creek, wisconsin.
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