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HomeNewsNorth East NewsSouth ShieldsParis attacks: South Shields man caught up in Bataclan terror speaks of horrorMichael O’Connor thought he was going to die when gunmen burst into the Bataclan concert hall and opened fire11:19, 15 NOV 2015Updated11:54, 15 NOV 2015Members of the public view flowers and tributes on the pavement near the scene of Friday’s Bataclan Theatre terrorist attack (Image: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)

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A North East man thought he was going to die when he was caught up in the Paris terror attacks.

Michael O’Connor was in the Bataclan concert venue when horror unfolded in front of him and gunmen burst in and opened fire.

Mr O’Connor, from South Shields , bravely pulled his girlfriend to the ground and lay on top of her to shield her as people tried to flee for their lives.

He said he was near to the stage at the Eagles of Death Metal concert when the chaos began.

“We heard a bang, a loud bang, and I think we just thought it was part of the set and we didn’t react at first,” Mr O’Connor told BBC 5 live.

He said: “It was just like automatic shots, like an automatic rifle into the crowds.

“People were falling all over the place, people screaming, people just clawing and running and pushing to get away. It was awful.”

He added: “The attackers, I don’t think I heard them saying anything or shouting anything or making any demands, they were just firing indiscriminately into the crowd.

“Once he had emptied the magazines, everybody got back up and tried to make another dash for the exit, and then he just reloaded and started to fire into us all again. It was unbelievable.”

As Mr O’Connor lay on the floor with his girlfriend, he described the horror surrounding him as people lay dead or wounded.

He said: “There were wounded, it was really strange because they looked terribly wounded and they were obviously conscious but they weren’t crying out, they were obviously trying to stay quiet so that they didn’t attract more gunfire.”

Mr O’Connor was so close to one of the gunmen, he could clearly hear him changing cartridges as he reloaded.

He said: “I thought I was going to die. At one point it sounds like they were firing down from the balcony into the main area where everybody was lying.

“I guess I thought at some point ‘they are just going to shoot at us as well’ and everybody else.

“I told my girlfriend I loved her what else can you do in that situation?”

After what Mr O’Connor describes as more than an hour since the attack started, he saw heavily armed and shielded police start to enter the building.

“The door slowly opened I didn’t know what was coming through. I saw torches and big flash lights and I thought ‘it’s the police’.”

After an exchange of gunfire, the officers started communicating with the people lying on the floor, asking them to raise their hands if they were conscious.
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Contact Us,Not every child who walks into Maria Sanabria’s first grade classroom at Orange Brook Elementary in Hollywood can read well. The kids are mostly from poor families, and roughly half of Orange Brook’s students don’t pass state standardized tests. Even at age 6, many have fallen behind.

So Sanabria was excited to implement new strategies to help lagging students when classes began this week in Broward and Miami Dade Counties. There was just one problem: All the new ideas recommended by her school relied on books, letter sets, and word games she didn’t own. And there was no money to buy them.

Local teachers are vastly underpaid, and the state’s Republican House, Senate, and governor have directed increasing money to charter schools and administrators. So Sanabria is one of thousands of South Florida teachers who are waiting on more than $1.3 million from sites such as DonorsChoose, GoFundMe, and Adopt a Classroom to pay for everything from textbooks to jump ropes to robot building kits.

As South Florida education spending has continued to lag behind pre recession levels, teachers have turned to crowdfunding to subsidize their schools’ inadequate budgets.

“It’s a sad indictment of our system that teachers have to do this,” says Mark Pudlow, a spokesman for the Florida Education Association. “These are resources that schools in our state ought to provide to make sure kids have the tools they need.”

Florida shortchanges its teachers and students more than nearly any other state in the Union. The state ranks 42nd in the nation for education funding per student and 49th in student teacher ratio, and it has had the second biggest decline in funding in the nation after Hawaii in recent years, according to a recent study by the Education Law Center, an advocacy group. Over that same period, the amount of money Florida teachers have raised on DonorsChoose just a small part of the overall total rose by five times, to $3.5 million, in 2013. Teachers in the state have raised $2.5 million so far this year. In many cases, though, they’ve missed their targets or spent their own money.

Although teachers can seek funds for virtually anything online, many want money simply for basic school supplies such as paper and ink. Even as classes start, these teachers are far short of their goals. Some are at zero.

In May, Robert Nesselroth, who teaches an AP class on current global affairs at Flanagan High in Broward, launched a fundraiser to replace 2011 textbooks.

Margate Elementary’s Amy Morgan raised money for 80 e readers last year, but after budget cuts, she’s seeking $5,000 for something to load onto the devices.

At Liberty Elementary, also in Margate, third grade teacher Natasha Garcia’s students need $196 for reading, writing, and math workbooks.

Amanda Nagee of Ojus Elementary in North Miami Dade would like $167 for lab aprons so her second graders can stay safe while conducting experiments.
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The holiday shopping season began on Thanksgiving as the first stores opened for what has become a two day shopping spree known as Grey Thursday and Black Friday. opening, with about 50 people in front of her.

“I’ll be in and out,” Torres said, planning to buy discounted housewares and bedding. Shopping on the holiday doesn’t bother her. She said she has done it in past years in South Florida and New York. Black Friday9469 W. Thanksgiving. Black Friday9469 W. Thanksgiving.

Best Buy, Kmart, Kohl’s, Target and many others opened Thursday evening. Some stores and malls planned to remain open through the night and into Black Friday, Other shopping centers were scheduled to close around midnight and open at the crack of dawn.

Rayna Owes, from Alabama and visiting family in West Palm Beach, said her group had Thanksgiving lunch and then split up to shop and save.

Rayna headed to JCPenney in Boynton Beach determined to buy herself at least three pair of size 8 1/2 boots. The boots are advertised at $19.99, she said, and regularly would cost around $60.

Her mom and aunt went to Target and Walmart.

“I may join them later,” said Owes, 20.

The average shopper this season will spend about $800, according to the National Retail Federation. Holiday shopping accounts for about 40 percent of retailers’ annual sales.

The Florida Retail Federation estimates that holiday sales will increase 4.5 percent compared with 2014. Nationally, retail sales for the November and December holiday season are projected to go up 3.7 percent.

Retailers figure Florida will do better than the national average because tourists flock here for the warm weather and then go shopping. Locals also are feeling more confident about their jobs, the housing market and the overall economy, encouraging them to spend money on gifts, the Florida trade group said.

Marta Cerra, from Argentina, walked into Sawgrass Mills in Sunrise wheeling a suitcase she planned to fill with gifts for her family.

“I was here two years ago for the holiday and saved a lot of money,” said Cerra, 58, who this year planned to spend up to $600. in Sunrise, Michelet Meronard paid about $8,
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Sawgrass Mills had long lines of customers clustered at each of the mall’s entrances. Others dashed forward with their wheeled suitcases, and others rushed straight to the stores they had in mind.

Mino Hong, 20, from Coconut Creek was destined for the Ugg store. She’s traveling to Canada next month for Christmas and needs jackets and boots, she said.

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Within an hour of opening, customers strolled around weighed down with shopping bags in hand and over their shoulders. Many had to step aside, walk to a wall to avoid tripping over other shoppers and then open suitcases to stuff them with shoes and clothing bought at the mall’s stores.

Luanne Lenberg, Sawgrass’ vice president and general manager, said she noticed many of the mall’s stores have to manage lines, letting in a set amount at a time, because they were at capacity.

“Gucci, Tory Burch and others, they all have very long lines, so that’s a pretty good indicator that we have shoppers out and waiting to get into stores,” Lenberg said. “We are very encouraged by the early traffic and amount of people waiting in lines.”

She believes Black Friday also will be busy. The mall will stay open for more than 24 consecutive hours. Friday.
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Schools remained closed or had delayed openings across much of the region, effectively giving many students an eight day break as the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday extended all the way through the week.

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Brandon Lemasters, a truck driver from Winston Salem, helped out a friend whose SUV slid downhill and hit a curb, nearly knocking his right rear tire off the axle. The spot was still dangerous on Thursday.
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