911 Call Released from UF Stabbing
GAINESVILLE - Sheriff's deputies have released the 911 call from Monday morning's stabbing at the University of Florida and the caller says she was afraid to get out of her car.
An onlooker called 911 at 6:55 in the morning and says she saw the suspect - who police say was 28 year old Michael Cravey - stab a UF employee in the neck.
The caller says she heard someone call for help and heard the suspect laughing.
Here are two segments of the 911 call:
- "Oh my God, he's yelling at me, he's going to get me."
- "I'm standing by watching, I wasn't sure if it was safe to get out."
After the stabbing police say Cravey would go on to crash his car near Butler Plaza and then come at police with a hatchet when he was shot and killed.
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