Myrtle Beach is in news not because a huge crowd of tourists, this time it is about Myrtle beach shooting filmed on Facebook Live. Sunday night around 12.25 a.m., this volunteer fire fighter named, Bubba Hinson was in the building on Myrtle beach. Looking out of his window, he saw a group of a people gathering there. Thinking it to be some fun or dancing activity, this man started to shoot the film on Facebook live. What happened next, to know that, read on.
In a while, the man realized it was some sort of rough fight between two opponent groups. One man pulled his gun out and started to shoot. In the words of Bubba; “I thought they were dancing. That’s why I started filming it,” Hinson told Myrtle Beach Online Sunday. “Then, they started fighting. Then, they started shooting.” …. “Multiple people down!” That is what he said in the video background.
About 7 people, including the shooter have been hospitalized. All of them are reported to be out of danger.
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How are Masses Reacting to it?
People are feeling unsecured. There are some who have planned never to return to Myrtle Beach. Let’s read what they had to say on social media after the fatal Myrtle beach shooting;
“Tell all my friends and family to stay in North Myrtle because Myrtle Beach isn’t safe for families anymore,” posted one. “Not like it was 7 or 8 years ago. Went down the Boardwalk today. Bad vibes. Won’t even think of going there after sundown. Rhodes gotta go.”
“I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again,” posted Neal Duffie. “We will never return to MB until the city gets this…under control.”
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