Marcus Weaver: "He had some type of helmet on and some type of gear, you could tell by his silhouette."
Jury question: "Where was the shooter when you ran out of the theater?"
Marcus Weaver: "The shooter was still shooting."
Jury question: "How long did all the shooting go on?"
Marcus Weaver: "It felt like eternity... but in reality it was 10-15 minutes."
Jury question: "Did you see the shooter moving?"
Marcus Weaver: "It sounded like he was moving around the theater."
Jury question: How long did it take to get to the lobby?
Marcus Weaver said he doesn't know, it seemed like a long time.
Jury question: "Did the witness say 'no police in lobby area when normally present?"
Marcus Weaver: "When I first got there I didn't see police."
Marcus Weaver will now answer jury questions approved by Judge Samour.
@Saira: The judge is telling lawyers they should not call witnesses who may discuss the pregnancies of certain victims.
Judge Samour says both sides agreed to table this issue of discussing the pregnancies of certain victims.
@Molly: We don't know for sure, but I do doubt it
Jury has multiple questions for Marcus Weaver. Weaver and and the jurors have left the courtroom while Judge Samour reviews the questions.
APD Officer Neiman: "The hospital staff was just overwhelmed."
APD Officer Neiman said the victims he transported were in extreme pain with every bump in the road.
Neiman said he was driving at highway speed and the brakes were pretty hot by then.
APD Officer Neiman: "There was just a lot of radio traffic and officers on scene were just bringing more and more victims out."
APD Officer Neiman: "One guy had an apparent gunshot wound to the head... wrapped in gauze."
APD Officer Neiman: "Focus is just getting people to the hospital as quickly as possible."
APD Officer Neiman: "I wasn't fully aware of the magnitude of this incident."
APD Officer Neiman says he made three separate trips to the hospital to transport victims.
APD Officer Neiman: "I entered the hospital and said 'We have a gunshot victim and we expect a lot more.'"
APD Officer Neiman says he drove to Medical Center of Aurora in 3-4 minutes.
Aurora Police Department Officer Chris Neiman: "I had no idea what I was going to encounter."
- New Witness
Prosecution calls Aurora Police Department Officer Chris Neiman.
Jury question: "Where are you stationed?"
Hererra: "Basically on Hoffman, close to Peoria."
Prosecutor asked what fire department medic Bert Herrera meant by victims being "zombie-like."
Hererra said, "I mean that they were just, they had blank stares and they were walking towards me, not making any noise."
Fire department medic Bert Herrera on hearing there was still an active shooter, said he thought: "Hopefully they'll get them before they get us." (Meaning he hoped police would get the shooter before firefighters got shot.)
Fire department medic Bert Herrera: "We got everyone out of there in 40 minutes, which is pretty remarkable for the number of victims we had."
Fire department medic Bert Herrera: "They sat us down and said there was the possibility of explosives."
Fire department medic Bert Herrera: "There were people who had been shot who declined treatment. They said 'This person is hurt worse.'"
Fire department medic Bert Herrera: "Everybody seemed to be in shock. They walked toward us kind of zombie-like."
Fire department medic Bert Herrera: "I treated approximately 7 people. One was an Asian male with 2 gunshots."
Aurora Fire Department medic Bert Herrera on the theater parking lot: "It was just littered with police cars. They parked wherever they could."
@Tiffany: Yes, on the left side of the defense table