Victim Domingo Ramos describes shooting at Tino's on West Park Place in Stamford

Domingo Ramos says he is shocked he wasn't killed when he and four other people were shot outside a Stamford club early Sunday morning.



Police say Dayron Wills opened fire into a crowd of about 20 people outside Tino's on West Park Place after a fight broke out. "He started rapidly shooting, so everyone scattered," says Ramos.



Ramos says he ran as soon as he heard gunshots, but got hit in the arm with one of the bullets. None of the other four victims were seriously hurt and all have been discharged from the hospital.



Wills was charged Monday. His attorney says he was acting in self-defense.


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