Nickie Evans and her extended family were jammed into two vehicles at 1:23 p.m. April 13, headed to Myrtle Beach on vacation.
As they made the last turn out of their neighborhood, the gunfire began.
Evans thought the first shot was the sound of a nail gun or hammer at a house being built nearby.
“I’m turned around backward in the seat trying to adjust the baby’s bag when the second shot caught my attention,” Evans recalled a few days later. “Then I saw the three guys standing in the yard.