ORLANDO, Fla. – The city of Orlando released on Wednesday more 911 calls from the Pulse nightclub shooting.
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The 23 calls are those made to the Orlando Police Department and the Orlando Fire Department in the June 12 shooting.
Some of the calls lasted 30 minutes, including one from a brother, who was calling from Tampa while he texted his sister, who was shot in the bathroom.
"And she's still in the downstairs female restroom?" the dispatcher asked.
"Yes. That's the last I heard. She's not answering. She was responding right away, but now she's not responding, so I don't know what's going on," the caller responded, adding that his sister was losing a lot of blood.
"We really need to try to get somebody. I know obviously they've … the police got to do what they've have to do, but they ... women's restroom… All she can say is I'm losing a lot of blood," the caller said.
News 6 is in the process of going through the calls.
During the June massacre, gunman Omar Mateen killed 49 people, and 53 others were hospitalized.
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