New details have emerged about the brave men and women who helped subdue the alleged shooter during the Tucson rampage that killed six and left Rep. Gabrielle Giffords in critical condition. Pima County’s sheriff has identified Patricia Maisch as the woman who ran up to the gunman and grabbed two magazines from him—one empty, one loaded—while he was attempting to reload. Maisch was standing in line with her husband when the shooting began. Two more men, Roger Sulzgeber and Joseph Zimudie, also helped wrestle him to the ground. Zimudie told CNN he saw a "maybe elderly woman," presumably Maisch, grabbing the gun magazine. "I realized he was trying to reload his gun... I just kind of fell on him too, like kind of put my weight over him, and made sure the gun was down and out of play."