911 calls from scene of deadly shootings of 3 in Orlando area

Reporter: Chris Cifatte Writer: Joey Pellegrino
Published: Updated:

For the first time, we are able to hear the 911 calls from an Orlando area neighborhood where five people were shot in one day, killing three.

Nathacha Augustin, 38, was the first victim, but little is still known about her. 19-year-old Keith Kelvin Moses shot her to death in a car. Hours later, a crew from Spectrum News 13 arrived to cover the shooting. Moses ambushed the team and shot at them repeatedly, killing reporter Dylan Lyons and hospitalizing photographer Jesse Walden.

Right after the news team was attacked, Moses burst into the home of 9-year-old T’yonna Major and her mother right around the corner and shot both of them. T’yonna was killed.

911 calls from the incident provide a new perspective on how the day’s events unfolded.

Call 1: “I’ve been shot… I’ve been shot…”

“First she was moving… she fell out of the car… and now she is likely dead.”

Neighbors who live in a home next to the scene of the shootings showed WINK News the bullet holes in their walls and their son’s headboard, where he often sat and played video games.

Call 2: “I heard at least six… six gunshots, possibly.”

The third call came after Spectrum News 13’s crew was ambushed.

Call 3: “Please send someone here… I cannot stay here no more. They are trying to do CPR on him. Oh my God…”

Witnesses tried to help Dylan Lyons after he was shot.

Call 4: “He is not responsive; he is dead… come on man, come on; you can do it.”

Call 3: “Looks like he was shot in the heart.”

The fourth call provided authorities with their first description of Moses.

Call 4: “He has on all black… hair sticking up.”

Witnesses were able to help the injured photographer.

Call 4: “Put pressure on his wound… hold down firmly.”

Then another 911 call came from the mother of T’Yonna Major a block away.

Call 6: “My daughter been shot, my daughter’s been shot. Please help me.”

“I’m bleeding, she’s bleeding, she’s on the ground. Somebody help me.”

“She can’t breathe.”

“I’m right here… Somebody, please help me.”

Her little girl died. But T’yonna’s mother survived and joined Dylan Lyons’ family in going public with the story of their losses. Photographer Jesse Walden is out of the hospital, recovering from his injuries.

Moses was arrested soon after the shootings.

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