Warning: disturbing content -- A gunman walking down the middle of the street fires into a moving vehicle and the chilling incident was captured on video.
The gunman who died after a shootout with police in Hollywood was identified Saturday as 26-year-old Tyler Brehm.
A spokesman for the Los Angeles County coroner's office said Brehm died in a shootout with police, after opening fire Friday morning in a busy area near Sunset Boulevard and Vine Street.
During his chaotic and deadly rampage, captured on tape, Brehm pointed his gun into a silver Mercedes-Benz and shot by 40-year-old John Atterberry, a music industry executive who lived nearby.
By late Friday night, Atterberry was in critical but stable condition at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.
Friday night, friends and neighbors came by Atterbery's Hollywood Hills home that he shares with his girlfriend to confirm the news and console one another.
"He's a great guy," said Tyava Winborne, a friend of the victim. "He was in my wedding. He and my husband are close friends."
"I was supposed to see him next Friday cause we're having a Christmas party at his house," Winborne said.
Another man was grazed by a bullet, but didn't sustain major injuries.
Much of the incident that involved the gunman firing into passing vehicles was caught on video.
Link (Warning: Contains Graphic Language): Video of shooter at Sunset and Vine Hollywood
Link (Warning: Contains Graphic Language): Sunset & Vine Shooter Video 2
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