A graphic photo has surfaced online allegedly showing the “attempts to rescue” U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens in the final moments of his life after a mob attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya.

The image, posted on Arabic news channel AKNN News’ Facebook page, shows a man identified as the ambassador severely wounded with blood on his face. It appears he’s being carried away by two men in the midst of a crowd.

The Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) in Washington, D.C. translated the Arabic caption on the photo for TheBlaze as: “Attempts to rescue U.S. ambassador to Libya after a raid targeted his country’s consulate in Benghazi in condemnation of a movie depicting the Prophet Muhammad.”

Both President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton made reference to Libyans carrying Stevens to the hospital after the attack.

Images below (content warning — graphic):

Ambassador Chris Stevens Libya attack

Image source: Facebook

Getty Images published a similar photo, without identifying the man as Stevens:

Ambassador Chris Stevens Libya attack

Getty Images