Eagles Of Death Metal Drummer Ducks For Cover In Video Of Concert As Shots Fired In Terror Attack
The moment shots rang out during the Eagles of Death Metal concert at the Bataclan concert hall in Paris, France, was caught on video by a concertgoer.
Eagles Of Death Metal Paris Terror Attack Video
Sebastaien Snow attended the Eagles of Death Metal concert Friday night that ended in a barrage of gunfire. Snow had been filming the band as they played their way out of a song when gunfire broke out. In the clip, which Snow posted to Instagram, the band’s drummer can be seen ducking for cover, while one of the guitarists looks into the crowd stunned.
“Hello, I want to thank each one of you for your expressions of support,” Snow captioned the video. “I was lucky to get out unscathed. All my thoughts goes to the victims and their families. Peace.”
It is believed that at least three gunmen were responsible for the slaughter at the concert, which was sold out with 1,500 men and women in attendance. Of the concertgoers, 89 people were killed at the venue. Two of the attackers blew themselves up with suicide belts as police stormed the concert hall. A third was killed by law enforcement, according to the Paris prosecutor’s office.
During the terror attacks in Paris Friday, at least 129 people were killed and at least 352 were injured, according to The Guardian. In addition to the concert hall, the attacks took place at the Stade de France, where the French national soccer team played against Germany, and at bars and restaurants.
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