Police have released the emergency calls after a Texas mother shot and killed her two daughters and injured her husband.
"We need an ambulance right away," the caller told dispatch.
On June 25, Christy Sheats killed her own daughters, 22-year-old Taylor and 17-year-old Madison, police said. The deadly shooting took place around 5 p.m. after a so called family meeting spiraled into violence
"Two people they are shot. There's a lady...two people shot outside."
That was one of three 911 calls made to police including one from each of the daughters' phones. During one calls, a female can heard saying “please don't shoot.”
That call was followed by a male voice believed to be their father, Jason Sheats.
“I beg you I will do anything you say,” Jason Sheats said
Police said Christy Sheats shot both girls in the living room and then chased them. Their father was outside the home where the girls collapsed.
Christy Sheats then went back inside to reload her gun to fire some more. Her neighbor watched in disbelief.
"She's coming back again...trying to run,” the neighbor old the dispatcher.
Jason Sheats was the sole survivor.
Christy Sheats refused to drop her gun. Investigators said a Fulshear police officer fired the last bullets killing her.
"I don't see them anymore but there bullets I can hear bullets she's laying down on the floor now..."
"The woman shooting is laying down?"
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