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New Paris Attack Video: Restaurant Sprayed With Bullets, Lucky Woman Escapes

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Surveillance video (below) showing a terrorist attacking a Paris restaurant with an AK-47 assault weapon on Nov. 13 has been released.

The Daily Mail posted the video footage, which includes three different angles of the brutal attack, on Nov. 19.

Diners are seen running inside, hiding behind a bar, fleeing to the basement and running to the upstairs part of the restaurant, which was not named by the UK news site.

The terrorist shoots up the restaurant, leaves, but returns moments later and holds the AK-47 above a young woman's head outside on the terrace, however, the gun malfunctions and she escapes with a friend.

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Amazingly, the restaurant attack did not result in any deaths, but two people were wounded. One man who was walking to the restaurant was shot and killed on the street outside.

The Daily Mail reports that the terrorist who shot up the restaurant was believed to be Salah Abdeslam, who was born in Belgium. However, that has not been officially confirmed.

The 26-year-old man was stopped in Cambrai, France, on Nov. 14 for a traffic check, but was waved through by police. He is believed to have fled to Belgium, reports The New York Times.

Abdeslam's brother Ibrahim blew himself up at a restaurant on Nov. 13 as part of the Paris attacks, but his third brother Mohamed, who was not part of the terrorism, has called for Abdeslam to give himself up.

“We are a family, we are thinking about him, we are wondering where he is, if he is scared, if he is feeding himself,” Mohamed told BFM TV, a French news station in Brussels. “The best would be for him to surrender so that the justice system may shed light on this situation.”

Sources: Daily Mail, The New York Times / Photo Credit: Daily Mail/YouTube Screenshot