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Suge Knight May Have Run Over And Killed A Man

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Music producer Marion "Suge" Knight may have just killed a man in a hit-and-run crash on a film set in Compton.

According to witnesses, Knight showed up to a film set today in Compton that involved Ice Cube, Dr. Dre and The Game, TMZ reports. Knight got into an argument with two crew members, got back into his car, then backed over a bystander. Knight then allegedly drove away from the scene.

Sources told TMZ that the crew members started the fight and that Knight left because he was worried about his health. Knight recently survived being shot several times in August at Chris Brown's pre-VMAs party at 1OAK in WeHo.

The victim is being reported as Terry Carter, a friend of Knight's. Cle "Bone" Sloane, an actor and technical advisor on several TV shows, has also reportedly been hit, suffering non-life threatening injuries.

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In a video posted on TMZ's website, a man is seen surrounded by responders. A witness is telling TMZ, "Terry's at the driveway in front of his car and he runs over Terry, smash his head and everything…he's not even breathing."

There was a hit-and-run crash reported near Rosencrans Ave. and Central Ave. at about 3 p.m. today, NBC LA reports. The Rite-Aid, Tam's Burgers and Louisiana Chicken visible in the TMZ video are consistent with businesses located at that particular intersection. Authorities have not confirmed Knight's involvement in the hit-and-run, but they are aware of the reports, according to a tweet from L.A. Times reporter Ryan Parker.