Brooklyn Teen Shot In Front Of McDonald's On Surveillance Camera [Video]
Shocking Video Shows Attempted Murder Of Teen Outside Brooklyn McDonald's
Tyquan Sewall, an 18-year-old from Brooklyn, New York is lucky to still be alive after an argument led to a gunman unloading a 32-caliber Smith & Wesson in front of a McDonald's restaurant in Flatbush where police surveillance cameras caught the footage.
I have personally frequented this spot many times, and it was always heavily populated with students from the neighboring Brooklyn College and public schools in the area. This footage shows the attempted murderers passing the gun between them and setting up Sewall who must have been coming to the fast food restaurant ready for a fight.
He got a surprise when the first shot grazed him and he fell into the street. The assailant tried to finish him off as Sewall rolled into oncoming traffic. He is now in Kings County hospital in critical condition. The gun was dropped off as the shooters made their way out of the other side of the Mickey D's.
Sewall, who lives blocks away from the shooting, has a criminal record and no witnesses have come forth so far.
Brace yourself for the brutal live attempted murder footage.