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An Argentine lawmaker was wounded and an aide was killed in a shooting close to the National Congress in downtown Buenos Aires on Thursday morning.
CCTV camera showed the moment two unidentified attackers allegedly fired at Congressman Héctor Olivares and his adviser, Miguel Yadón, 58, who was declared dead at the scene.
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Both men quickly dropped to the sidewalk pavement in an attack the security minister described as a 'mafia-style' attack.
According to Argentine news outlet TN, at least 13 shots were fired shortly before 7am local time. An official said Yadón was shot five times and that Olivares was hit three times.
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Surveillance footage shows a the muzzle flash from a gun coming from a gray Volkswagen Vento that was parked behind a bus.
One of the men is seen struggling to walk to the edge of the sidewalk, before one of the shooters, who police believe to be Juan Jesús Fernández, 42, steps out of the car.
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As Fernández stood there looking around, the wounded man manages to get to his feet and appeared to signal for help before a man on a bike stopped to offer him assistance.
Shockingly, the fugitive suspects remained at the crime scene for 90 seconds.
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The shooter's accomplice then stepped out from car and crossed the street, disappearing from view.
A separate CCTV video reportedly shows Fernández walking up the ramp of a nearby parking garage where his car was located and seized by the police.
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