CCTV footage shows scene of panic as shot fired outside memorial service

CCTV footage captured near the scene of a shooting outside a memorial service in London shows the sense of panic in the area as people fled the scene screaming. In the

video obtained by Sky News, a loud bang can be heard and a dark car is seen driving down Phoenix Road, near Euston Station. Following the bang, people can be heard screaming

and are seen running away. Six people, including a seven-year-old girl who remains in a critical condition, were injured in the drive-by shooting outside St Aloysius Church

on Saturday afternoon. Police believe the suspect fired a shotgun from a black Toyota at about 1.30pm before driving away from the scene. Officers are searching for a 2019

model black Toyota C-HR. The seven-year-old girl injured in the attack remains in a stable but critical condition, while a 48-year-old woman suffered potentially

life-changing injuries. A 12-year-old girl and three other women aged 21, 41 and 54 were also injured in the attack. The shooting took place after a memorial ceremony

was held in memory of 20-year-old Sara Sanchez and her mother, Fresia Calderon, who died within a month of one another in November. Parish Priest Father Jeremy Trood, the

priest who conducted the service before the shooting took place described the scenes as "pandemonium".