CLEVELAND, Ohio (Wed, Feb. 29) – The shrill puffing request from a young girl to a 911 dispatcher expressively captures the panicked insecurity students felt as a teenager, named as T.J. Lane, roaming Chardon High School with .22-caliber gun and a knife, killing students.
"We just had a shooting at our school. We need to get out of here! Oh my God!" the girl screams, her voice trembling.
The dispatcher asks the girl if she saw the shooter.
"No," the girl says beginning to cry. "No. I didn't. I just saw the gun."
Young student’s trembling request is among 911 tapes authorities released Tuesday as they continued their inquiry into the shooting at the suburban Cleveland school that left three dead, two wounded.