‘Blood everywhere’: Package bomb 911 calls are released

‘Blood everywhere’: Package bomb 911 calls are released

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Recordings of several 911 calls made after a series of deadly package bombings in Austin last year show the chaos and panic that gripped the city.

In one 911 call after the first bomb detonated March 2, 2018, relatives, neighbors and first responders struggled to discern what happened after a packaged exploded in the hands of Anthony Stephan House, 39.

“I don’t know what is going on,” a 911 caller reported.

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