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911 transcripts from Minneapolis workplace shooting released

Transcripts of 911 calls made at the time of the deadly shooting at Accent Signage Systems in Minneapolis Sept. 27 were released Tuesday. Seven people were killed in the mass shooting including the gunman Andrew Engeldinger, an employee terminated from the company the day he opened fire. The latest fatality was Eric Rivers, a production manager at Accent, who was removed from life support last week
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Transcripts of 911 calls made at the time of the deadly shooting at Accent Signage Systems in Minneapolis Sept. 27 were released Tuesday. The Star Tribune provides a copy (below). WARNING: includes profanity and graphic descriptions of the scene.

Seven people were killed in the mass shooting including the gunman, Andrew Engeldinger, an employee terminated from the company the day he opened fire. The latest fatality was Eric Rivers, a production manager at Accent, who was removed from life support last week.

The Southwest Journal reports a Bryn Mawr resident is wrapping up a documentary honoring one of the victims, UPS driver Keith Basinski. Basinski had a significant impact on the neighborhood where he worked for 29 years.

Accent 911 Transcript

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