On Wednesday, CCTV footage from inside an electronics store in central Oslo was released, showing people running scared from the building on July 22 when a terrorist bomb detonated near country’s prime minister’s office.
The shelves with goods at the Digital Impulse store swayed, dropping some items while the shockwave from the blast shattered the windows. The store visitors at first recoiled, then ran outside to see what was going on. After that some of them returned to the store.
The explosion killed eight at the governmental headquarters.
After detonating the bomb, the main suspect Anders Behring Breivik went to a Labor Party youth camp on Utoya Island, going on a shooting rampage and killing 68 people.