Chilling 911 calls from the shooting inside a Jacksonville Wal-Mart convey the terror those inside must have been feeling.
Jacksonville police released those tapes today.
Several 911 calls were being made as police say 18-year-old Ejijah Payne, an employee of the Wal-Mart on Yopp Road, opened fire while holding fifteen people hostage.
Police say Payne left the store on a break, got a sawed-off shotgun from his vehicle and returned with his face painted black and wearing a hooded sweatshirt.
No one was injured by the gunfire and Payne remains in jail on multiple charges.
911: 911, What is your emergency? Hello?
911: This is 911.
911: What is your location?
Caller: At the new Wal-Mart
911: I'm sorry?
Caller: At the new Wal-Mart.
911: The new Wal-Mart?
Caller: The new Wal-Mart ma'am.
911: Ok, stop streaming, I can't hear you. What's going on?
Caller: Somebody's out there shooting a gun.
911: Somebody's out there shooting a gun.
Caller: Somebody's inside the store shooting a gun.
911: Somebody's inside shooting?
911: Inside shooting?
Caller: I'm sorry ma'am.
911: Ok, I'm still here. It's going on inside?
Caller: Yes ma'am. I was running away. Help me, I don't know what to do.
911: Ok, how many shots were fired in Wal-Mart?
911: How many shots were fired in Wal-Mart?
Caller: I only heard just one shot.
911: One shot fired?
Caller: Yes ma'am.
911: Ok, do you know who did it?
911: Ok, ma'am we got help on the way, ok?