A Close Call as Violence Erupts in Ukraine

ABC News' Muhammad Lila was in Mariupol, Ukraine, when bursts of gunfire exploded from Ukrainian paramilitary troops outside separatists' headquarters.
1:46 | 05/07/14

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He's a ruling on the business. You know -- comments. -- they have been not been big diamond and they holding them only yeah every day. And. All of us on the crowd got very angry we started hearing gunshots ringing out everybody scrambled for cover. We're here right now it's a position where we can monitor -- The big event -- Melissa and doesn't -- It wouldn't. We just been moving closer to see what was happening matches behind the camera can see this but there was a person with a sniper rifles. Came out of the bushes and all of a sudden we heard another gunshot. We don't know if you saving us but we think it might have been warning shot. So we've actually moved a little bit further back just to keep a safe distance. The -- company it's. We finally feel safe enough right now. To stand up and looks like the -- have actually left but we're still hearing periodic. Carson got a pirates yeah. We don't know. If you -- Is. Currently pending on international -- yeah.

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