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Wounded survivor revisits massacre island as Norway trial looms

Ints Kalnins / Reuters

Survivor Alexandra Peltre (L) and her friend Andrea Markussen travel by boat to Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo on Monday, April 2, 2012.

Ints Kalnins / Reuters

Alexandra Peltre shows her escape route from the cafeteria at the island.

Reuters reports: She last saw Anders Behring Breivik when he raised his rifle at her on the shore of a small Norwegian island and calmly pulled the trigger. Now, 18-year-old Alexandra Peltre will face him in court as he stands trial for killing 77 people that summer's day. "I saw him right in the eyes, and poof! I had a hole in my leg," she said during a return to the wooded island where Breivik, an anti-Islam fanatic, killed 69 of his victims as they attended a Labour Party youth summer camp.

 

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Ints Kalnins / Reuters

A view of the main house building at Utoeya island.

Ints Kalnins / Reuters

Alexandra Peltre sits at the shore where she was shot in the leg and hid in the water at the island.