Triple shooting caught on Facebook live video (VIDEO)

Authorities are searching for the individuals responsible for a drive-by shooting in Norfolk, Virginia, Tuesday evening that left three people injured.

The shooting was inadvertently captured by one of the victims, TJ Williams, as he live-streamed a video on Facebook. The more than hour-long video, which can be seen below, captured the sound of at least 30 gunshots, followed by a man instructing someone to call an ambulance. As witnesses waited for first responders to arrive, they did what they could to keep the three victims alive.

Two of the victims were initially said to have life-threatening injuries, but in an update provided by the Norfolk Police Department Thursday afternoon, the victims were said to be doing “much better.” One of the victims is still suffering from serious injuries but is now in stable condition.

WARNING: Some may find the following video disturbing.

[ WAVY ]

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