WASHINGTON — Shortly after a killer shot Ruthanne Lodato in her Alexandria home, the caregiver working there took off to a neighbor’s house to call 911.
The recording of that call reveals urgency and some panic but also a murky understanding of what had actually happened in the home.
The Washington Post released the 911 recording after a Freedom of Information Act request.
While the call does not detail a shooting or even a description of the shooter, the caregiver does say the intruder was still in the home as she left to get help.
To hear the 911 call, visit The Washington Post.
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