Several videos released Wednesday of surveillance footage taken from a restaurant involved in the Paris attacks showed the chaos and terror caused at the hand of the attackers, according to The Daily Mail.
The video, obtained exclusively by The Daily Mail from a restaurant in Paris’s 11th district, shows the reactions of diners during last week’s Paris attacks.
A handful of diners and employees can be seen sitting in the restaurant when suddenly several explosions can be seen from several points in the restaurant.
Soon after, an assassin, whose identity is unknown but is presumed to be a part of the Islamic State group, can be seen stalking victims outside of the restaurant before turning his weapon on several women. It is unknown what happened at this point, but the attacker walks away without shooting the women, who can be seen running away in the video.
While none of the diners inside the restaurant died, two suffered minor injuries. Police said five people in the vicinity died in the attack. The attack lasted less than a minute before the gunman left in a getaway vehicle, according to the article.
The Paris attacks left 129 dead and 99 critically injured. Paris officials are unsure if mastermind of the attacks, 27-year-old Abdelhamid Abaaoud, is alive after a bloody standoff with police on Wednesday.
In response to the attacks, Arizona, along with several other states across the nation, has declared it will not take in any incoming refugees.
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