NORTH CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - Surveillance video from a North Charleston gas station shows the car driven by a woman wounded in a drive-by moments after the shooting that would claim her life.
Kedena Brown, 36, was shot near the intersection of Ashley Phosphate Road and Northwoods Boulevard, North Charleston Police say.
The owner of the nearby Northwoods Exxon gas station on Ashley Phosphate Road said Brown's car knocked down a wall and crashed into a car in a restaurant parking lot.
The footage shows the car moving in a straight line across the property just feet away from gas pumps and out of the frame. Moments later, several people from inside the gas station are seen walking in the direction of the crash.
North Charleston police believe Brown's car was mistaken for a similar car involved in a shootout along I-26 early Sunday morning. Police say the shootout began in the area of Lawrence Street and Constitution Avenue.
Brown died hours later at the hospital.
Shortly after noon on Thursday, police charged a 15-year-old with murder in connection with the shooting.
The teen will be lodged at the Department of Juvenile Justice.
The investigation into the shooting is still ongoing.