The terrible death toll of the recent terrorist attacks in New Zealand that killed 50 people could have been higher if not for the actions of a man that witnesses and survivors are calling a hero. Abdul Aziz, 48, likely saved lives when he engaged the gunman in a cat-and-mouse chase outside the Linwood Mosque, where eight people were shot and killed. Aziz grabbed one of the shooter's own guns that had been tossed to the ground. According to Aziz and witnesses, the firearm was empty, but he used it to smash the windshield of the gunman's car, prompting him to speed away. The shooter had arrived by vehicle from Al Noor Mosque, a couple of miles away, where he had already gunned down 41 people. "I got to be honest it wasn't me, it was God who saved everybody," Aziz said.