MILWAUKEE, Wis. (CNN Newsource/WISN/WKRC) - Two sisters in Wisconsin are facing attempted homicide charges while the man they are accused of shooting and beating is recovering in a neck brace.
Police say the twin sisters attacked the man late last month at the restaurant where he was working.
The server, Anthony Rodriguez, was shot in the face over a $3 hamburger.
"I do remember just laying on the ground and just bleeding out," Rodriguez said.
This 26 year old George Webb server says he thought his life was over.
"I was in so much shock I don't remember being in much pain but I remember kind of internally freaking out and being very scared just telling myself, 'Wow, I'm probably gonna die here.'"
At midnight on January 30, Rodriguez says he was the only server working at the restaurant. He says when a few customers became upset over an incomplete order, they were asked to leave, but instead opened fire.
"I never expected to get shot just being a server," Rodriguez said.
Rodriguez is wearing a neck brace, stabilizing part of his spine fractured by the bullet.
"The bullet went through my upper lip and took out my upper teeth and cracked my bottom teeth those will have to be replaced and there's still big fragments in my throat from the bullet," Rodriguez said.
Police arrested these twin sisters who are now facing attempted homicide charges and are accused of shooting Rodriguez then stomping his face while on the ground.
"I hope they get the judgment that they deserve because it was brutal what they did," Rodriguez said.
This father says he feared he'd never see his little boy again.
"Just disappointed that it had to come to this and disappointment that I was almost taken away from my family," Rodriguez said. "It's amazing I'm able to walk, it's amazing I'm able to speak. Everything about it's amazing."
The sisters charged in the shooting are behind bars held on $100,000 bail.