Police release 911 calls made after Seattle Pacific shooting

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MyNNN-Logo-w-AllSeattle police have released a series of 911 calls recorded when a gunman stormed the Seattle Pacific University campus last month and shot three people, killing one, our news partner, the Seattle Times, reports.

The calls, which were released after the newspaper and other media filed public-disclosure requests, are only a portion of the emergency calls recorded during the chaotic afternoon when authorities say Aaron Rey Ybarra of Mountlake Terrace opened fire in Otto Miller Hall.

The other 911 calls, as well as campus surveillance video taken during the shootings and Ybarra’s personal journal are also being sought by the media, but the disclosure is being contested in court by Ybarra’s defense lawyer, the victims and Seattle Pacific University.

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