George Zimmerman, Trayvon Martin shooting eyewitness interviewed on Anderson Cooper 360

Provides potential new details into case

More witnesses are coming forward, talking about what they saw the night Trayvon Martin was shot and killed in Sanford, Florida.

George Zimmerman, a neighborhood watch volunteer, says he shot Martin in self defense.

CNN's Anderson Cooper talks with a witness about the incident.

Cooper asked, what did you observe after the shot?

The eyewitness answered, "Um, as i said it was dark but after the shot obviously someone, a man got up, it was kind of like that period of him, I can't say i actually watched him get up but maybe only like a couple of seconds or so then he was walking toward where i was watching. and i could see him a little bit clearer, could see that it was a hispanic man and he was um, ya know, he didn't appear hurt or anything else he just kind of seemed i guess very worried or whatever walked like on the sidewalk at that point, his hand up to his forehead and then uh, another man came out with a flash light."

Watch the complete interview below: