MIAMI (CBSMiami) — Emergency calls released by authorities gave a glimpse into the chaos after a deadly New Year’s Day rampage in Tamarac.
Screaming can be heard in the first 911 call, released by the Broward Sheriff’s Office, on Wednesday.
“Hello….Hello,” a caller could be heard saying as she tried to peek into the apartment following the first shooting.
Another person walked in and found the body of 21-year-old Anne Nau who deputies said was shot by 56-year-old Clive Muir.
“There’s a dead body in here,” a man could be heard saying as he described the scene to the caller.
“She’s faced down in the bedroom,” said the caller to the operator.
The dispatcher asked, “Can anybody turn her over to see if she’s breathing?”
“No. Nobody wants to go in there,” responded the caller.
The 911 caller said her husband took off in pursuit of Muir. She told the 911 operator that Nau had tried to run from her attacker to another apartment.
“And he opened up the door and forcibly tried to push his way in so apparently she was running from him,” said the caller.
Nau’s terrified mother fled the shooting to a stranger’s driveway where a 911 caller heard her scream in agony.
But Nau wasn’t the only victim. Deputies said Muir drove over to a nearby Boston Market where he used to work and fired on one the manager – 33-year old Jason Claire.
A second 911 call released gives a glimpse into the chaos of the scene after the shooting. A woman could be heard crying and yelling, “Somebody got shot! Somebody got shot in the head!”
Moments later a man comes on to the phone saying, “He’s dead. He got shot in the head twice in the office.”
“Where is the person that shot him,” asked the operator.
“He just shot himself outside,” said the man.
Rescue workers were able to save Claire who was rushed to the hospital and released the following day. Nau and Muir were both declared dead at the scenes.
Muir who once managed the Boston market was fired in September.
Friends say Nau and Muir had been dating but the relationship ended.
A friend said Muir s life was unraveling leading up to the shooting upset over losing his job and his girlfriend.