Chilling 911 calls reveal students' terror after mass shooter stormed Nevada ... trends now
Three people were left dead after suspected gunman Anthony Polito, 67, opened fire after recently being rejected from a job at the college.
The victim's, Cha Jan Chang, Patricia Navarro Velez and Naoko Takemaru were all faculty members. Polito died at the scene after a firefight with police.
'Someone's shooting inside the office,' a woman told responders on a 911 call.
'Please hurry,' she pleaded as gunshots can be heard in the background.
Law enforcement officers head into UNLV campus after reports of an active shooter in Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S. December 6, 2023
Suspected gunman Anthony Polito, 67, opened fire after recently being rejected from a job at the college
The operator asked if anyone else was with her, and she replied, 'It's just me... I'm alone.'
A second 911 caller said, 'I was getting off the elevator. I heard shots fired and screaming and I ran.
'Lots of students are running out...Two officers ran into the building and I ran out of the building' they explained.
Scared parents also called 911 telling authorities their children were hiding in classrooms.
One mom said her daughter could hear the gunshots. While the mom was on the phone with 911, she got a text from her daughter saying, 'Mom, I'm scared.'
The operator said the mother should tell her daughter 'to stay calm -- and tell her do not open that door unless she hears them yelling. They will announce, 'Metro police.'
Police said Polito had a list of people he intended to target but when he could not locate them he opened fire indiscriminately, ABC news reported.
A fourth victim was shot but was in a stable condition on Wednesday night.