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New video shows efforts to help injured after triple fatal Myrtle Beach shooting

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A policeman walks beside the Toyota in which a wounded person was loaded by bystanders just after the shooting. A policeman walks beside the Toyota in which a wounded person was loaded by bystanders just after the shooting.
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. - A new video has surfaced of the apparent moments just after a triple fatal shooting on Saturday night in Myrtle Beach during Atlantic Beach BikeFest during Memorial Day weekend.

The incident happened at the Bermuda Sands Motel around 11 p.m. and left another man with a gunshot wound at the motel, according to police.

 Two of the victims were found on a second story breezeway.

The video appears to be after police are on the scene and a wounded person seen on the ground amid screaming and yelling.

The quality of the video is very low and it's difficult to determine exactly what is being filmed at certain times of the video. The video claims to be from the scene of the Saturday night shootings, but that could not be independently verified.

There are at least 2 camouflaged police officers in the video at first. Several people are seen surrounding what appears to be an injured person.

That person is then lifted by bystanders into the back seat of a dark 4 door Toyota and more police then surround the vehicle. It’s unclear if the injured person was hurt by gunfire or during a fist fight.

During the 3-minute and 27-second video, a woman is heard saying “Get ‘em to the hospital”

After the unknown person is loaded into the car, police open a back door of the same car as the man filming the video yells a couple of times, “That man gone, man!”

It’s unknown who filmed the video. It was loaded to YouTube on an account of a woman named Keiera Stanfield.

Video: Click here to watch the YouTube video
(NOTE: Video contains graphic content and is NOT suitable for anyone under 18 years of age)
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