Walmart employees in El Paso, including one who saved dozens in mass shooting, are back at work after the store reopens

Business Insider | 11/14/2019 | Shoshy Ciment
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The Walmart store in El Paso, Texas, where 22 people died in a mass shooting was reopened on Thursday.

The store had been closed since the shooting happened in August.

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"It's time to move forward and go back to normal and serving our customers," Walmart employee Gilbert Serna wrote in a Facebook post on Wednesday. Serna said he helped dozens of people to safety amid the shooting and has worked at the Walmart store for almost 19 years, CNN reported.

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Almost four months after a deadly shooting that killed 22 people in an El Paso, Texas, Walmart, employees are heading back to business as usual.

The Walmart where the shooting took place on August 3 reopened on Thursday after being closed for more than three months.

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"It's time to move forward and go back to normal and serving our customers," Walmart employee Gilbert Serna wrote in a Facebook post on Wednesday. Serna became known as a hero after he told CNN that he helped dozens of people to safety during the shooting. Serna has worked at that Walmart store for almost 19 years, CNN reported.

In a Wednesday Facebook post, Serna described the resilience of the Walmart employees who "consciously decided that tragedy wasn't going to get...
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