Warning, what you are about to see is disturbing.
A security camera captured the daytime shooting of 18-year-old Tyquan Sewall, who was shot four times when a man exited a Brooklyn-area McDonald's on Tuesday afternoon. The Daily Mail reports Sewall had gotten into an argument with the attacker and his friends earlier and was then lured to the restaurant. As the video shows, the gunman emerges from the front door and as the bullets fly, so does Sewall. He can be seen rolling into the street through two lanes of traffic, as people scramble and one person casually walks by him:
The Daily Mail has more:
The first bullet grazed the left side of the victim's head, sending him staggering backwards.
He was then hit three more times and sent rolling out into the street, passing through at least two lanes of traffic.
Terrified onlookers fled in panic as the shots rang out outside the busy restaurant chain.
The weapon used was a .32-caliber Smith & Wesson. The man who fired the gun was wearing a bright red jacket.
Two of the men then ran over and snatched two white bags Mr Sewall had dropped onto the street before making off as police arrive.
The shooting took place in Flatlands at around 3pm on Tuesday. The victim was hit in the chest, groin and leg and is now in a critical condition in hospital.
Police are still looking for the shooter.