ATLANTA – According to police, two people were shot dead and a third person injured when a music video turned into real life Sunday afternoon shootout

A source told Channel 2’s Steve Gehlbach that the music video for rappers 42 was Dugg and Roddy Ricch. None of the artists were injured

Officials responded to shots fired at a junkyard on Wells Street in southwest Atlanta around 4 p.m. When they got there they found a man who was hit by a gun. EMS later found that the 39th -year-old Peter Cook was injured from debris and not from a gunshot

Antoine Blake, 25, and Vernon Moulder, 29) were shot dead during the same incident and taken to Grady Memorial Hospital. Atlanta police said both men were stable

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In the music video area there is a seemingly steel courtyard in which at least one film trailer was parked

A witness told Gehlbach that there were suddenly a lot of shots that quickly scattered about 50 people on the set

“Everyone ran off trying to get out, Or take cover, lots of places to hide,” said Teresa Lakes

Lakes was on set as a medic to take temperatures and examine anyone who signed up for COVID-19.She didn’t think she was treating anyone for gunshots

“Everyone who was hurt, I put my hands on them to make sure they were okay,” she said, “I’m just glad it wasn’t much worse than it could have been could have been worse ”

Gehlbach said a man was put in a police car Police said officers arrested and arrested the 40-year-old man on drug charges, but he was not considered a suspect

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World News – US – 3 injured while filming on the set of a rap music video in Atlanta, police say