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Snapchat Video Shows Victim Moments Before Deadly Shooting

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) -- Isha Tyree, 20, posted a video on Snapchat just moments before she was shot and killed Sunday night in Perry South.

Police say Tyree was sitting inside a grey sedan parked on Divinity Street when she was shot.

In the video, that was shared on Facebook, you can hear Tyree say she's not comfortable sitting in the car, waiting on her friend.

"He needs to come on...and why are all these cars flying past me like that, why are you flying past me like that, that makes me feel uncomfortable," she is heard saying.

19-year-old Gerald Harris was found shot to death in an abandoned house across the street. Police say both victims had been shot multiple times.

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"There were shots fired at the female as she was inside of the vehicle and there were also shots fired inside the home," said Sonya Toler, public information officer with Pittsburgh Public Safety.

Both victims were from West Mifflin. In the video, Tyree talks about being in a part of town she was unfamiliar with.

"Knows that I don't know this side of town...I cannot park here.. Go here real quick like... I don't even know what you're talking about to do that," she said.

Tyree was taken to Allegheny General Hospital where she was pronounced dead. Harris's body was found in a stairway inside the house.

A woman who lives on Divinity Street and wished to remain anonymous told KDKA's Lisa Washington, "I heard two gunshots and then it was silence for a few seconds and I heard someone screaming, 'no, no, no, no, no.' And then I heard six or seven more shots and then there was silence."

Neighbors says the home where the man was found had been vacant for at least two years. They said this wasn't the first time there's been a shooting there.

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