On a Mardi Gras day marked by violence, surveillance footage shows the hectic moments as paradegoers fled from the sound of gunshots.
Videos show the scene of the second shooting in a matter of hours near the parade route.
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The shooting that unfolded at St Charles and 2nd St. sent parade revelers running in fear. pic.twitter.com/EZ6P2sUJbI— Natasha Robin (@NRobinFOX8) February 14, 2018
A 29-year-old man — identified as Maurice Williams — died after the shooting about 4:35 p.m. in the 2100 block of St. Charles Avenue. The NOPD identified 21-year-old Eddie Dingle Jr. as a suspect on Wednesday morning.
New Orleans police secured a warrant Wednesday to arrest the man suspected of a fatal shooting along the St. Charles Avenue parade route on Ma…
The shooting was the second in a span of about 90 minutes as parades rolled in the area. Two teenagers were shot, one in critical condition, about 3:15 p.m. near the intersection of Union and Carondelet streets.
Hours later, five people were shot in the St. Claude area, two fatally. Another man was fatally shot in Central City Wednesday morning, bringing the total number of people shot to 9 people, with four killed.
After a violent Mardi Gras in New Orleans, the killing continued on Ash Wednesday morning in Central City.
Two men were killed and three more were wounded following gunfire in the Lower 9th Ward on Tuesday night, New Orleans police said.