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In what became a shocking and surreal scene, an ABC News crew was forced to stop filming and run for their lives after a drive-by-shooting erupted at the spot where George Floyd died last year in Minneapolis.

The segment was being filmed to document the commemoration activities taking place at the scene when a cascade of gunshots rang out sending journalists and bystanders running frantically for cover.

WATCH:

A second angle of the shooting:

The video unintentionally documents the one true legacy of the death of George Floyd: not understanding, forgiveness, and racial healing but rather a historic rise in crime and violence that has been felt most acutely in communities of color.

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David Baker
David Baker
11 months ago

Was this “Take two”?

Dan Tyree
Dan Tyree
11 months ago
Reply to  David Baker

It was done by blacks trying to start shit.

Jim
Jim
11 months ago

I saw one guy duck down a little behind a vehicle, and another moving to get a better angle to see what was happening. What I didn’t see was a crowd running for their lives. This doesn’t surprise me, however. As a group, Minnesotans are not the sharpest tacks in the box.

Rob
Rob
11 months ago
Reply to  Jim

Agree – no one is runnng for cover or rolling on the ground to miss a bullet – they are shooting in the air – should be easy enough to see the shooters – where are the cameras and news?

John
John
11 months ago

Love it -just what is expected from the BLM family