911 Call Released From Georgia FedEx Shooting

911 Call Released From Georgia FedEx Shooting
(Cobb County, GA) -- New audio is being released from a frantic 911 call made during last week's mass shooting at a Georgia FedEx facility. Security guard Christopher Sparkman can be heard telling the 911 operator he was shot in the left side of his abdomen and saying "please hurry, please God, I do not want to die." Gunman Geddy Kramer was a package handler at the facility. The 19-year-old Kramer was found dead of an apparent suicide following the shooting spree. Shankman has undergone multiple surgeries and remains hospitalized in serious condition.