Mumbai, Nov 27: A commoner caught between the firing of the police and the terrorists.
An encounter in which any person would dread to undergo, but yesterday night this correspondent underwent the ordeal.
As he ran from the CST to the road behind the Times of India building, bullets were being shot, which fell just 20 meters away from him as he took refuge in a hutment seeing a person being shot in the foot by one of the bullets.
After that the correspondent went towards the Metro cinema where he saw a live chase, as the cops were chasing the terrorist who had stolen a police van .
Once again a bystander was hit in the shoulder in the cross fire, while another was shot in the foot as people ran to safety not knowing which bullet would hit them - the ones fired by the cops or by the terrorists.
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