Seattle 911 tapes: 'People are bleeding all over'
SEATTLE (AP) -- Police have released 911 tapes from a shooting spree that left five people dead in Seattle, including one from a man who phoned authorities from inside the bathroom of a cafe where a gunman opened fire.
In the recordings, the man tells a dispatcher that someone "shot a bunch of people" at Cafe Racer near the University of Washington and that "people are bleeding all over the place."
The man pleads with the dispatcher to send help. The dispatcher says help is on the way, then tries to get a more detailed description of the gunman.
Police say 40-year-old Ian Lee Stawicki killed four people Wednesday at Cafe Racer, then fled and later killed a female motorist during carjacking. He killed himself hours later.