The autopsy of a Florida man who was fatally shot during a “parking space dispute” in July suggests that he was turning away as he was gunned down, NBC News reports. According to the Pinellas-Pasco Medical Examiner’s Office, 28-year-old Markeis McGlockton died from a gunshot wound to the chest. The office concluded that the bullet entered his chest, ripped parts of his heart, and ended up lodged at a slightly higher point. Video evidence from the July 14 shooting indicates that McGlockton shoved 48-year-old Michael Drejka to the ground in front of a convenience store after Michael Drejka got into an argument with McGlockton’s girlfriend over her occupying a handicap parking space. According to police, Drejka then pulled out a gun and shot McGlockton. In the video, McGlockton appears to be backing away as he’s shot. Drejka was arrested on a manslaughter charge but was released on bond Monday. Drejka previously told media that he thought he was “being tackled” during the incident, sparking debate about the state’s “stand your ground” rule that allows individuals to defend themselves during life-threatening scenarios.