Antonio King, 22, walked into the Nashville Smile Direct Club warehouse on Tuesday, where he has worked since June, and opened fire on three people
The disturbing 911 calls made during a workplace shooting that left three injured and the gunman dead, were released by Nashville police Wednesday.
On Tuesday, 22-year-old Antonio King went to the Nashville Smile Direct Club warehouse, where he has worked since June, and opened fire into the building.
The motive for the shooting remains unclear.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
'He's got multiple clips in his sling pack because he keeps replacing bullets,' a witness outside the building frantically tells a 911 dispatcher.
'I probably heard 20 rounds.'
The caller provides the dispatcher with a description of King as he walks alongside the building shooting.
'The shooter has a green shirt on and a sling pack around his shoulder,' the caller says. 'He's walking beside the building currently – still shooting.'
On Wednesday, authorities also released security camera video and officers' bodycam footage from the scene.
In this surveillance video still, King can be seen firing his .45 caliber handgun at security guards and into the Smile Direct Club warehouse
Video footage captured King as he reloaded his pistol multiple times during the workplace shooting
King arrived at the warehouse around 6am Tuesday, firing more than 20 rounds from a .45 caliber pistol. Video shows him reloading the gun multiple times as he shoots into the manufacturing facility.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
In a second 911 call made during Tuesday's tragic workplace shooting, another caller tells the dispatcher that a security officer has been shot as workers frantically attempt to flee and hide.
'I have an active shooter. … There is a security officer shot,' one of the callers tells the 911 dispatcher as King engaged the guards in a shootout.
'We cleared the office area and we’re trying to clear people in the parking lot. People are seeking shelter in between the vehicles.'
Security guard Johnny Hardin, 46, was shot and transported to a nearby hospital in critical condition, while 66-year-old Carlton Watson and Thomas Abbott, 43, were both taken to the hospital in stable