The wife of Haiti's assassinated president said she was found with a gunshot wound by a maid after the attack, and needed to use her dead husband's tie as a tourniquet.
Jovenel Moïse was assassinated in his home on July 7. Martine Moïse was shot in the arm and was left in critical condition.
She told CNN that it was the maid, rather than security staff, that found her in their bedroom after the attack.
She said she asked her maid to bring her one of her husband's ties so she could use it as a tourniquet.
She previously told The New York Times that she had told her children to hide in a bathroom. They survived the attack.
In the CNN interview, Martine Moïse questioned how the attackers were able to reach the couple: "The guards wouldn't leave without an order. Maybe they received an order to leave – this is what I think," she said.