Thanks Malgus.
It is perfect example-story about being ready, aware, and doing what makes sense in dangerous situation.
And what is most important it is about not panicking and being ready to do what it takes.

Listening to that voice in your head telling to you that something is wrong is life saving sometimes. It is not only about folks who are trained to recognize something wrong (police, military etc.) other folks too can “spot” that something is wrong, but quite often they choose to ignore that.

How (did) do you prepare your kid to that situation, when he see gun in your hand, when you do something out of order, like that sharp turn or similar situation?