Here's what it sounded like when the first person called Biloxi police to report the January 13th Casino Magic shooting.
The 911 call came from a gambler inside Casino Magic. He told a dispatcher he could hear the gunfire.
Seconds later, the 911 phone rang again. It was a Casino Magic surveillance officer. Here's what that conversation sounded like.
By then police had arrived at Casino Magic. So had several ambulances. Dispatchers tried to use the next calls to help police gather information.
The last call came from Casino Magic's registration desk. It was indicative of the confusion caused by the gunshots.
WLOX News tried to talk with the Casino Magic surveillance officer who called 911. But Shawn Cox has been told not to talk with the media about the events surrounding the January 13th shooting. The only thing Casino Magic said today about the 911 tape was that the employees who called for help handled themselves just right.
As for the three people shot by Sylvester McConnell, two are recovering at home. But Chris Harmon remains in fair condition at Ocean Springs Hospital.