Dramatic 911 calls reveal the horrific details of a mass shooting by an ex-NFL player that left six dead — including two young children — in South Carolina.
“‘I’ve been shot, I’ve been shot, call 911. Please, call 911,’” one man told the dispatcher, relaying a call he got from a wounded employee at the scene. “And that’s all he keeps saying.”
Two workers from Gaston Sheet Metal were working at the scene when they were shot.
“One is non-responsive the other one is talking slurred and I think he’s been shot in the face or the head or something ’cause he can’t talk,” the unidentified caller from the company said.
“They’ve been shot,” he said. “They didn’t do the shooting. They’ve been shot.”
York County Sheriff Kevin Tolson said at a press briefing Thursday that Dr. Robert Lesslie, 70, a well-known Rock Hill physician, and his wife, Barbara, 69, were found dead inside the house with their two