(Meredith) -- A newly released security camera video shows a new angle of George Floyd's arrest, the black man who died after a Minneapolis police officer knelt on his neck for several minutes.

The video released from the Dragon Wok restaurant shows Floyd appear to be taken out of his vehicle by a police officer and walked over to the sidewalk. He is in handcuffs.

The video then shows Floyd sitting on the sidewalk up against a building, still in handcuffs. An officer is then seen pulling Floyd to his feet to stand.

Two officers are then seen talking with Floyd, who is still in handcuffs. The video then ends. It does not show the moments that the officer knelt on Floyd's neck.

**WARNING: THIS VIDEO CONTAINS DISTURBING CONTENT.** The FBI is investigating the death of a black man in Minneapolis after a video shows a police officer kneeling on his neck. Four officers have now been fired from the department. (Facebook/Darnella Frazier via CNN Wire)

This is the second video released of the incident. The first video, which went viral and prompted country-wide outcry, was taken by a bystander on a cell phone. That video showed a police officer kneeling on Floyd's neck as Floyd begged him to stop, saying he could not breathe. After he eventually became motionless, the 46-year-old was taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead.

Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey said the knee-to-neck technique is against department regulations, and the officer had no reason to employ it.

"The technique that was used is not permitted; is not a technique that our officers get trained in on," Frey said. "And our chief has been very clear on that piece. There is no reason to apply that kind of pressure with a knee to someone's neck."

Four officers involved were fired Tuesday, the police department said. Floyd's family is calling for the officers involved to be charged with murder.

Frey is also calling for the arresting officer to be charged, he said in a tweet.

The FBI is investigating the incident as well as local authorities.

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