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City releases transcript of 911 calls about Accent Signage slayings

Posted by: Randy Furst under People and neighborhoods, Politics and government, Public records, Public safety Updated: October 16, 2012 - 3:16 PM

The city of Minneapolis on Tuesday released the transcript of 911 calls made on the afternoon of Sept. 27 when Andrew Engeldinger opened fire at Accent Signage Systems, fatally wounding five co-workers and a UPS driver, before he took his own life.

Readers should be cautioned that some of the descriptions are graphic and include profanity.

Names of the callers were redacted from the transcript by the communications center because the callers declined to sign releases allowing the city to reveal their names.

 

Accent 911 Transcript

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