A black Atlanta man died after he was shot by a white police officer in a fast-food drive-thru late Friday night. The victim,\u00a0 Rayshard Brooks, 27, was shot during a struggle and died after surgery at a local hospital, according to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation. One officer was treated for an injury and discharged. Brooks had been asleep in his car in a Wendy\u2019s drive-thru, causing other customers to drive around the car, the Bureau of Investigation said. Police were dispatched to the Wendy\u2019s around 10:30 p.m. and conducted a sobriety test on Brooks, who failed the test, according to the officials. \u201cDuring the arrest, the male subject resisted and a struggle ensued,\u201d the Bureau of Investigation said. \u201cThe officer deployed a Taser. Witnesses report that during the struggle the male subject grabbed and was in possession of the Taser. It has also been reported that the male subject was shot by an officer in the struggle over the Taser.\u201d In a video captured by a man from his car, Rayshard is seen struggling on the ground with two police officers over the Taser. As he stood up and started running away, both cops chased him from behind before one of them fired three-times at Rayshard. The\u00a0Georgia Bureau of Investigation later released a\u00a0surveillance\u00a0video which captured the officer who fired three shots to Rayshard's back until he collapsed to the ground.