MIAMI, FL — The TV crew was filming Emilio Nunez placing flowers on his teen-age daughter's grave, grieving over her suicide. Then, his former wife showed up unexpectedly.

Camera rolling, Nunez kept firing even after the woman fell to the ground.

As the camera rolled, Nunez lunged at the woman, put a 9mm semiautomatic handgun to her head and pulled the trigger, emptying the full clip, the cameraman said yesterday.

Nunez, 34, kept firing even after the woman fell to the ground, said police Lt. Lou Cavallo, who confirmed that Monday's shooting was on the tape. The woman, Maritza Martin Munoz, 33, was dead at the scene.

Nunez remained at large yesterday, though his car was found. The Delray Beach man left his current wife and stepson behind at the cemetery; it wasn't clear whether they saw the shooting.

Police returned the videotape to the Spanish-language Telemundo network program "Ocurrio Asi," or "It Happened Like This." The producer of the show — the Spanish equivalent of television programs Iike "Current Affair" and "HardCopy" — said the footage would be aired yesterday evening.

Joandra Nunez, the 15-year-old daughter of Nunez and Ms. Martin, fatally shot herself in the chest on Thanksgiving. Cavallo said Nunez blamed Martin for their daughter's death, and that the woman feared him.

On Monday, for an upcoming story, reporter Ingrid Cruz and cameraman Jorge Delgado were shooting footage of Nunez placing flowers on the grave at Queen of Heaven Cemetery in suburban North Lauderdale. Then, Martin showed up in a car.