Warning: This video contains graphic content. This raw video provided by South Carolina prosecutors shows what Estill police officer Quincy Smith saw when he was shot four times while responding to a call in 2016. Smith was wearing a camera in his glasses
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Published: 2021-05-04 07:45 am
Estill, South Carolina, officer's camera captures shooting
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