On Wednesday, authorities released the 911 call made in the Rick Ross drive-by shooting case. The call, embedded below, was made early Monday morning from a restaurant in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., as the rapper was trying to flee from the shooter in his Rolls-Royce.
As the gunshots echoed, the call was made by a woman inside of a nearby restaurant. She said, "I just heard a bunch of gunshots go off ... and a car sped by." As the caller spoke to the operator, though, things worsened quickly.
Still speaking to the 911 operator, the woman interrupted her and said, "Oh my god, they're turning around and coming back. I'm hanging up." The operator attempted to get more information about the situation, but the caller fired back (no pun intended), "They're coming back. I'm hiding."
The caller then hung up.
On Monday, Ross crashed his Rolls-Royce into an apartment building in Ft. Lauderdale as he was attempting to flee from a drive-by shooting, one in which he was the intended target. Ross was driving the car, and Shateria L. Moragne-el -- who is reportedly dating the rapper -- was riding in the passenger's seat.
According to reports, another vehicle pulled up next to Ross' car, and someone inside opened fire on the Rolls-Royce. Neither Ross nor Moragne-el was shot during the encounter, but local reports said that "dozens" of shots were fired at the vehicle during the 5 a.m. EST incident.
None hit the Rolls-Royce, but buildings in the area were struck by the gunfire. Ross' crashed into the apartment building while trying to flee from the gunfire. So far, the police have not made any arrests in the case.