911 calls from deadly shooting at Stoneman Douglas High released

(CNN Newsource |WSVN)

Authorities released 10 of the 81 calls made the day of the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School last month.

The Broward Sheriff's Office released over an hour's worth of emergency phone calls they received between 2:22 p.m. and 3:35 p.m. Here is a portion:

Caller: “My son is in Stoneman Douglas High School right now, he heard noises and pops and he thinks there’s a shooting going on at the school."

Dispatcher: “Okay we do have police on scene at the school, police is on scene there."

Caller: “Is it secure?”

Dispatch: “We don’t have that information as of yet.”

Another caller was standing next to a woman who has two daughters who were at Stoneman Douglas High at the time of the shooting, according to the 911 recording.

Dispatch: What is she saying? What is happening?

Caller: “Somebody just entered the room”

Dispatch: “Okay, who is it that entered the room?”

Caller: “Is it police?”

Mother standing with caller: “I love you, I Love you, it’s not. Dive on the floor. we’re done, we’re done.”

Caller: “Is it the police?”

Mother: “No, it’s not the police. It’s okay. It’s okay”

Caller: “Police, they said puts your hands up.”

Mother: "I love you, I love you, it’s going to be fine, you can hide somewhere, can you play dead?"

Nikolas Cruz, 19, admitted to opening fire at Stoneman Douglas on Feb. 14 and killing 14 students and three faculty members. He also wounded 17 others.

Defenders for Cruz withdrew his not guilty to stand plea to Stand Mute.

A grand jury found him guilty Wednesday on 17 counts of first-degree murder and another 17 counts of attempted first-degree murder.

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