911 transcript related to fatal standoff at Minneapolis apartment building released

A 911 transcript is providing more information about what led up to a deadly police shooting in Minneapolis after an hours-long standoff last week.

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The transcript, released Monday, states the woman who reported shots had been fired into her 21st Avenue South apartment unit reported seeing bullet holes in the apartment wall and questioned whether she should fire back.

The transcript also indicated the woman was with her children at the time of the incident.

Officers who arrived at the scene reported hearing more shots being fired and began evacuating the building after seeing debris exploding from the walls.

Police said they tried to communicate with 20-year-old Andrew Tekle Sundberg and attempted to reach him via phone call, voicemail, text and video message, along with bringing his parents to the scene to help.

Roughly six hours after the 911 call was placed, city records report officers Aaron Pearson and Zachary Seraphine fired their rifles, killing Sundberg.

View the publicly-released updates here.

In a release, Minneapolis police said they are working with the attorneys of Sundberg’s family, to enable them to view the body camera video. An attorney for the family expects the video to be released sometime this week.

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