Pulse Nightclub 911 call logs released

0629 PulseOrlando, Fla. (WESH) — New documents have been released regarding the Pulse Nightclub attack in Orlando, including notes and logs from 911 dispatchers. The initial description describes “unknown trouble” as the first calls for shots fired came in at 2:02 am.

911 dispatchers say callers were whispering, hiding in closets and behind the stage, catching glimpses of an assault rifle. Some callers were losing lots of blood.

At 2:09 a dispatcher writes: “My caller is no longer responding, just an open line with moaning.”

At 2:15 police are told ten people are hiding in a handicap bathroom stall. Dispatchers heard three gun shots. The shooter locked himself in a bathroom with 15 people and a caller inside the bathroom says the shooter is “loading up.”

At 2:40 the shooter pledges allegiance to ISIS and tells officers that there are explosives in the parking lot.

At 2:52 the shooter says he has a bomb vest strapped to himself, saying he’s a terrorist. Police later confirm the bombs and explosives were not real.

At 5:07 explosions are heard as the wall rips open.

At 5:15 the nightmare ends with two words: Subject down.

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