911 caller in San Bernardino school shooting: 'I'm scared'
April 14, 2017
LOS ANGELES (AP) — A panicked 911 caller immediately identified a teacher's husband as the man who opened fire at a San Bernardino elementary school and told the dispatcher that she had locked herself in the office.
Police on Friday released portions of the emergency calls from the shooting this week that killed a special-education teacher and her student. In one of the short tapes, a caller says a teacher had been shot by her husband and describes his clothing.
"I'm scared," the caller says before the tape cuts out.
Cedric Anderson walked into his estranged wife's classroom at North Park...