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Friday, 12 February 2021

Chilling video shows gunman shooting one woman dead and injuring another in their car in Seattle parking lot before he was killed in firefight with police

 The chilling moment that a man randomly opened fire and killed two women in their car in a Seattle parking lot has been revealed in a series of clips from surveillance video, body cam footage and recorded 911 calls.

The attack left one of the women dead when she was shot in the face three times on Tuesday night. The second woman who is 22-years-old, was critically injured.

Seattle police responded to the scene after one of the women was able to place an emergency call, and shot the gunman dead. 


Police have not released the shooter's identity, but he was identified by friends on social media as Greg Taylor. The identities of the victims have also not been released.


A man was caught on surveillance camera walking across at Seattle parking lot

A man was caught on surveillance camera walking across at Seattle parking lot

He approaches a blue car that is parked up and fires at two women with his gun

He approaches a blue car that is parked up and fires at two women with his gun

The man casually strolls up to the women's car with no indication as to what is about to happen

The man casually strolls up to the women's car with no indication as to what is about to happen

One of the women is killed while another manages to call 911 for help

One of the women is killed while another manages to call 911 for help

Several witnesses managed to call 911 after hearing shots ring out but the most chilling of all the calls to the emergency services came from one of the injured women.

'My friend just got shot. We don't know where we are. My friend is dying. She's dying, she's dying! Please come. My friend is dying, My friend just got shot three times!' she begged.

Despite the suddenness of the attack, she managed to keep calm as she called the police.

Although she was unable to give the operator the exact location, she was still able to retain her composure throughout the call.  


The man bangs his weapon on the hood of their car further terrorizing the pair

The man bangs his weapon on the hood of their car further terrorizing the pair

The suspect is seen with his arms outstretched as he continues to threaten the cars occupants

The suspect is seen with his arms outstretched as he continues to threaten the cars occupants

The man continues to make threats towards the two women even after the shooting

The man continues to make threats towards the two women even after the shooting

Video captured the suspect dressed in a red baseball cap, black jeans and red shoes as he calmly walked up the blue car which contained the two women.

He appears to say a few words before calmly firing several times into the vehicle.

After the shooting, he then walked around to the front of the car and began banging on the hood while pointing and waving his gun in a continued bid to further torment the women. 

Officers were quickly on the scene in the parking lot shared by the Northwest African American Museum and the Urban League Village Apartments.

As they arrived, they heard more gunshots ring out and saw the suspect from a distance. 

After the attack, the man simply walks calmly away from the seen of the shooting

After the attack, the man simply walks calmly away from the seen of the shooting

The man is seen walking away from his crime while one woman bleeds to death

The man is seen walking away from his crime while one woman bleeds to death 

Despite warning him to drop his weapon, the man ignored them, raised his firearm and began fired at the cops.

'The suspect came from across (the) parking lot and began firing at them,' said SPD Assistant Chief Deanna Nollette. 

Officers returned fire, striking the suspect who later died.

Other officers on scene then began the frantic search for the two women who had placed the 911 call.  

Although the two victims were rapidly found, one of them had already died. 

On Thursday, Seattle police said that there is no connection between the victims and the suspect. 

When police arrive on the scene the man walks towards them waving his weapon

When police arrive on the scene the man walks towards them waving his weapon

He is killed in a hail of bullets after a shoot out with Seattle police. The incident is caught on police bodycam footage

He is killed in a hail of bullets after a shoot out with Seattle police. The incident is caught on police bodycam footage

'I start hearing pop, pop, pop,' witness Tahir Garrett said to KIRO7. 'Then all of a sudden pop, pop, pop, pop, pop. I thought it was an AK-47, but I guess that's when the police shot him,' he said. 

Garrett named the shooter as Greg Taylor.

He said he has known Taylor since last June, and spoke to him on Tuesday night before the shooting.  

'He wanted to do suicide by police. I could tell,' Garrett said.

'I guess he had shot the two ladies, and they told him to drop the gun. If you don't drop the gun, he started shooting at them, and they shot him,' he said. 

This is the weapon that the man was found to be carrying during the attack

This is the weapon that the man was found to be carrying during the attack

A Seattle PD patrol car is seen at the scene of the attack in a city parking lot

A Seattle PD patrol car is seen at the scene of the attack in a city parking lot

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