WPC RELIVES TERROR OF SHARON SHOOTING; Tears Force Brave Cop to Flee Court
Byline: By Jeremy Armstrong
MURDERED cop Sharon Beshenivsky's partner told yesterday how she saw her shot dead - then was gunned down herself.
PC Teresa Milburn, 38, broke down in tears as she told how as Sharon fell at her feet, she found herself looking down the barrel of arobber's gun.
Teresa told a murder trial jury: "I could see the Asian male. His arm was extended at 90 degrees and he moved his arm horizontally from right to left after he shot Sharon.
"I saw the end of the end, the hole in the end of the gun, and it was pointing at me. Then I heard the bang. I felt immense pain and realised I had been shot.
"I was on the floor, I was coughing up blood, I could feel blood running down my nose, blood on my face and I was gasping for breath."
Teresa and Sharon came under fire when they responded to a robbery call at a travel agents in Bradford last November.
Muzzaker Imtiaz Shah, 25, of no fixed address, has admitted murder, but denies firing the shot that killed Sharon. He also denies attempting to murder Teresa.
Shah's barrister Diane Ellis suggested she might have been mistaken about who had the gun. …