Centered on dispatch audio out there on Broadcastify.com, it took much less than 10 minutes for officers to recognize a few persons experienced died. At about 8:15 a.m. Thursday early morning, an Aztec dispatcher requested the hard problem.
“Are photographs fired?” the dispatcher said.
Officers arrived on scene and explained to dispatch it appears to be like a window has been shot out. Three minutes later on, they explore the worst.
“Somebody is advising, 2 down, uh friendly, civilians,” an officer said.
Then 20 seconds later on, officers declared they imagine they have located the suspect.
“The two students are in the upstairs of the 800-900 constructing. We have to have them. I feel they’re 10-7 [deceased], but we do have a probable suspect in the 800-900 constructing second flooring,” an officer said.
Dispatchers requested for a description of the suspect, and an officer responded that he believes he’s located the suspect useless.
“I imagine I have the suspect, he’s 10-7 [deceased] in this article in the corridor,” the officer said.
Inside seven minutes, officers responded to Aztec Higher College and decided the danger was above.