UPDATE 2:33 p.m.: The Lynchburg Police Department provided WFXR News with video footage of the shooting that took place in the parking lot of a bar Saturday morning in Lynchburg.

(Video courtesy: Lynchburg Police Department)

Thirty-four seconds into the video, a fight breaks out between two people toward the back of the parking lot. A person wearing a crossbody bag and a light-colored shirt begins to walk away from the fight, pulling out a gun and firing multiple shots a the other person. The person proceeds to turn around and run to the other side of the parking lot toward the bar.

Multiple people are seen running away and into their cars for safety as the shooter weaves behind two cars, heading back to fire more shots. After the shooter fires a second round of shots, a woman is seen running toward a vehicle and trying to get inside, but the door is locked. She promptly runs behind the car and lays on the ground, while the shooter, who circled around the vehicle, runs past her, barely avoiding stepping on her.

The person is then seen running toward the street as two LPD officers arrive on foot.

This remains an ongoing investigation.



LYNCHBURG, Va. (WFXR) — The Lynchburg Police Department (LPD) is investigating a shooting that sent one man to the hospital early Saturday morning.

At approximately 1:18 a.m. on Saturday, July 23, the department says officers were on patrol near 12th and Main Street when they heard gunshots in the parking lot behind Greenhaus Beer Garden.

Police tell WFXR News that officers entered the parking lot at 1124 Church Street, where they found a man with a gunshot wound in his lower leg.

Officers on the scene gave the man first aid until he was transported to Lynchburg General Hospital for medical treatment, but law enforcement says he is expected to recover.

As of this writing, authorities say no suspects have been identified in connection with this ongoing investigation.

If anyone has information about the incident, you are asked to contact Detective Campbell at 434-485-7267 or Crime Stoppers at 888-798-5900.