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911 Calls From NJ Supermarket Shooting Released
911 calls from the scene of a shooting rampage at a New Jersey supermarket have been released.
FOX News Radio’s Kerin McCue reports:
The terrified voices of the callers tell the story:
(911 Dispatcher) “911, where’s your emergency?”
(911 Caller) “Please… they’re heavily shooting here. They’re shooting!”
The calls came in the middle of the night from a New Jersey supermarket on August 31st. An employee had exited the store, only to return minutes later in riot gear.
(911 Caller) “Guy with a shotgun. He’s blowing the place apart.”
He then ID’d the shooter:
(911 Dispatcher) “What’s his name?”
(911 Caller) “Terence… former employee.”
Terence Tyler, a former Marine, from Old Bridge, New Jersey, discharged from the Corps after suffering from depression and despondent over his mother’s death. He shot and killed himself-after killing co-workers Cristina LoBrutto, 18 and 23-year-old Bryan Breen.
Kerin McCue, FOX News Radio.