AUDIO: Hear the 911 call made the night of the Pasco shooting

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PASCO, Wash. -- There is newly released audio of a 911 call made the night of the Feb. 14 shooting in west Pasco. A transcript of the call is below:

DISPATCHER: Hello, 911.

(inaudible)

(shots fired)

CALLER: We need someone to come to our house right now. 8011 Savary Drive. Now!

DISPATCHER: What's going on?

(repeats)

CALLER: Somebody's trying to break into our house.

DISPATCHER: Do you know who it is?

CALLER: No.

DISPATCHER: What was that loud banging?

CALLER: We have our weapons.

DISPATCHER: Did you just fire a weapon?

CALLER: Yeah. He got into our house.

DISPATCHER: He got into the house?

CALLER: Yeah.

DISPATCHER: Who fired the weapon?

CALLER: We did.

DISPATCHER: OK, did you hit the person?

CALLER: Uh, yeah.

DISPATCHER: Is the person down on the ground then?

CALLER: Did you get the address? 8011 Savary Drive.

DISPATCHER: I'm sending an officer over there, just answer my questions. Is the person down on the ground?

CALLER: I don't know, I'm not over there. I'm with my baby in the room.

DISPATCHER: OK.

The audio provided to KEPR is about seven minutes in all. The caller remained on the line with the dispatcher while she checked on the status of her husband - and the man who pushed through the door.

DISPATCHER: Does an ambulance need to respond for the other guy that's there?

CALLER (to second person): Do you need an ambulance? No.

DISPATCHER: No? Did the person get away or are they still in the house?

CALLER: He's dead.

DISPATCHER: He is?

CALLER: Yes.