ALBUQUERQUE (AP) - Breathless voices to emergency operators describe the shotsfired at an Albuquerque business where a gunman last week stormedthrough a courtyard and then inside the building, killing twopeople and wounding four others before killing himself.
Albuquerque police on Thursday released 911 tapes from the July12 shooting at Emcore Corp.
In one, a man tells an operator two or three people have beenshot, but he doesn't know who shot them and didn't see theshootings.
Another caller tells a dispatcher there are reports of shootingat the solar panel manufacturer, but the dispatcher loses thecaller after that.
Police have said they believe Robert Reza's target was hisex-girlfriend, Adrienne Basciano. She was seriously wounded, but aspokesman for University of New Mexico Hospital said she wasreleased Thursday.
Police say Reza bought the gun May 6 at an Albuquerque gunshop.
Here is some of the transcript of five of the 911 calls.
Operator: Where is your emergency?
Caller: There's a gunshot
Operator: Where at?
Caller: A gunshot at 1600
Operator: 1600 what?
Operator: Did you witness it?
Caller: No I heard it.
Caller: I'm hiding behind a desk
Operator: You're hiding? Is it in the company?
Caller: Yes, you can hear the shots. (Inaudible) It's asuicide.
Operator: How many shots did you hear?
Caller: About 10.
Operator: Your other employees are calling.
Caller: We just ran out the building
Caller: We were at a desk and someone ran through and saidsomeone was shooting.
Caller: There are still shots being fired.
Operator: Ok shots are being fired
Caller: Jeez what the hell.
Operator: Sir hello? Hello?
Caller: I have no idea what is going on.
Operator: They've been shot?
Caller: I have no idea I just heard someone running throughthe hallway screaming that someone is shooting. We ran outside theback.
Caller: I don't know where everyone else went, I just came to aplace where I know I'm ok right now.
Operator: I am going to go ahead and answer the other linesbecause we have several more people, employees from your business,calling in.
Caller: (heavy breathing)
Operator: Are you hiding?
Caller: I'm locked in the bathroom.
Operator: You're locked in the bathroom.
Operator: Take a deep breath.
Caller: Somebody I think is shot in the lobby.
Caller: He's coming back (crying).
Caller: I hear more shots.
Operator: More shots? Another shot was fired?
Caller: They are yelling for a medic.
Caller: I’m in here.
Someone: Come out come out
Caller: (crying) Ok.
Caller: Let me call my husband.
Operator: I can call him for you what's his name>
Operator: (To Husband) She's been involved in an incident.
Husband: Wait, wait, wait, what happened?
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