911 transcripts of Minn. shooting released
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Transcripts from 911 calls made as a man killed six people at a Minneapolis sign company show terrified employees called for help while racing to leave.
Thirty-six-year-old Andrew Engeldinger fatally shot six people and then killed himself in the building's basement after learning he was fired Sept. 27 at Accent Signage Systems.
The City of Minneapolis released 20 pages of 911 transcripts, as well as the audio of police calls to emergency dispatchers.
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