The 911 recordings capture voices that are frantic, frightened and pleading for help after a gunman walked into a New Jersey supermarket in the early morning hours and opened fire.
"I don't want to die, please," a woman tells the 911 dispatcher in a raw, ragged whisper. She explains that she and others have locked themselves in a back room but still fear the man with the gun can hear them, and find them.
"Hurry up, please please please," she pleads.
Another caller, out of breath from running for his life, reports the scene in staccato sentences. "Old Bridge Pathmark. Guy with a shotgun. He's blowing the place apart... Please send as many people as possible."
Within seconds of those phone calls, three people would be dead: Cristina LoBrutto, 18, a recent high school graduate, and Bryan Breen, 24, both employees of the supermarket in Old Bridge, N.J., plus the gunman himself.