“He (the gunman) just started shooting up the entryway … I saw him shoot up and down,” he said. “I kinda lost it there … I tried to get out of my car and run.”

But he reconsidered that decision, put his car in reverse and started backing out.

The gunman turned around, stepped up in front of his car and opened fire, he said.

“Five seconds we stared right at each other … and in those five seconds, bullet holes passed through my window,” he said.

“He was looking directly at my face; he was aiming at my head. I could see it in his eyes … cold stone face.”