Daniel is a journalist with Psenny World. He lives behind the Bataclan.A ball, certainly fired from a window, crossed his left arm. Around 3 am, he was taken to the emergency room of the Georges Pompidou European Hospital in the 15 th arrondissement. He was waiting to be operated on Saturday morning as thirty other victims evacuated to the health facility.
"I was trying to work with me. The TV was on, it was broadcasting a film in which Jean-Hugues Anglade plays the role of a cop. I heard a noise like firecrackers, and at the beginning I was convinced that it was in the film. But the noise was loud, so I went to the window. I live on the second floor, and my apartment overlooks the emergency exits Bataclan. Sometimes there are some rough evacuations, but there, all the world was running from all sides, I saw guys on the floor, blood ... I understood that there was something serious. I asked what was happening. While the world flowed towards the Rue Amelot and Boulevard Voltaire. A woman was clinging to the Bataclan window on the second floor. I thought about the images of September 11th. I then said I would go down to open to people so they can come to take refuge. So I opened the door of the building. There was a man lying on the sidewalk. With another man I have not seen later he was fired for putting away in the lobby. I had to take the ball at that time. I do not know, I have an absence. But I remember having felt like a firecracker exploding in my left arm, and I saw that it was pissing blood. I think the shooter was at the Bataclan window. It is mounted in a couple of neighbors on the fourth floor. The type we did get was shot in the leg. It's an American. He vomited, he was cold, it was believed that he was going to die. We called the fire department, but we could not evacuate. I called a doctor friend who explained to me how I make a tourniquet with my shirt. We helped him."