Man disarmed Monterey Park shooter, visited by Gov. Newsom.
On July 4th, a shooting occurred in Monterey Park, California, which left four people injured. One of those injured was Luis Wilmot, a 26-year-old man who was able to disarm the shooter and prevent further tragedy. Wilmot was later visited by California Governor Gavin Newsom who praised Wilmot’s courage and selflessness.
The incident began when the shooter, who has yet to be identified, opened fire at a party in Monterey Park. Wilmot, who was in attendance, heard the gunshots and ran towards the shooter. Wilmot was able to tackle the shooter and take away his gun. Wilmot was then able to restrain the shooter until the police arrived.
Wilmot’s courageous act has been praised by many, including Governor Newsom who visited Wilmot in the hospital and thanked him for his bravery. Wilmot has since spoken out about the incident, saying that something came over him in the moment and that he didn’t think twice about running towards the shooter.
Wilmot’s selfless act of bravery saved many lives and is an example of the power of courage and selflessness. His story has been an inspiration to many and has been shared widely on social media. The victims of the shooting are still recovering, but thanks to Wilmot’s courage, the tragedy could have been much worse.