The 911 calls from the Aug. 26 shooting at the Jacksonville Landing have been released. Here's a transcript of the two calls that came in:
Call No. 1:
Caller: He was shot and ... he .... um .....I have him inside of the building for safety.
911 operator: Yes I’m here, I’m here, I need someone to hurry up, I’m losing feeling in my leg. I need someone to hurry up.
911 operator: Where on his body is he shot?
Caller: He’s shot dead in the [expletive] and it went through.
911 operator: Is the person who did this still nearby?
Caller: No, well, I don’t know who did anything, I just know that ... yeah. He's not bleeding out right now.
Call No. 2:
911 operator: Sir, are you on the line?
Caller: Yes I’m here, I’m here, I need someone to hurry up, I’m losing feeling in my leg. I need someone to hurry up.
Operator: Where are you hurt sir?
Caller: I’m under the CSX building.
Operator: Where are you hurt on your body sir?
Caller: On my shin.
Operator : On your shin?
Caller: Yes, I’ve been shot in my (unintelligible) has been ripped off and I’m losing feeling in my shin.
Caller: I’m under a tree, I’m just sitting by myself.
911 operator: : I have help on the way to you.
Caller: I’m not dying. I’m just really hurt right now.
911 operator: I understand, I just want to make sure they get to you.
© 2019 Cox Media Group.