Paris Attacks - Kamloops resident back home

By Chad Klassen
November 17, 2015 - 12:58am Updated: November 17, 2015 - 12:20pm

Three days after the Paris attacks that have claimed at least 129 lives a massive manhunt is underway for the man believed to have planned the attacks. The President of France spoke to a joint session of parliament saying the effort to stop ISIS will be intensified.

Three days ago Kamloops businessman Mike Miltimore was enjoying a business dinner in Paris when gunfire broke out 50 metres away. Today, Miltimore is back home and reflecting on bearing witness to the brutal terrorist attack that left 129 people dead. 

School District 73 Superintendent Karl de Bruijin was also in France's capital when the shootings broke out. Bruijin told CFJC News today he could hear the gunfire from where he was in the city.

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