FORT HOOD, Texas (CNN) - At first Spc. Alan Carroll thought he was thrust into the middle of a training exercise, but the soldier said he soon realized that a man was shooting real bullets at a processing center at Fort
Hood last year.
Carroll was shot four times. He's now serving in Afghanistan, and he spoke Thursday via video-link on the third day of the military hearing about the shootings.
"At first I thought it was some kind of training simulator," he said in the evidentiary hearing for accused shooter, Army psychologist Maj. Nidal Hasan.
Hasan is accused of killing 13 people and wounding 32 others, including Carroll.