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911 calls released from FedEx facility shooting

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The ordeal ended with six people injured and the gunman's death. The ordeal ended with six people injured and the gunman's death.
The shooter's first victim was 28-year old Christopher Sparkman, a security guard. The shooter's first victim was 28-year old Christopher Sparkman, a security guard.
ATLANTA, GA -

(WMC) - A dramatic 911 tape was released from last week's mass shooting at a FedEx facility just outside of Atlanta.

The ordeal left six people injured and the gunman dead.

Minutes after the gunman opened fire, calls went out to 911 dispatchers.

Caller: "I've been shot."

Dispatcher: "Okay who did it, sir?"

Caller: "I don't know, unknown gunman. He's got a shotgun ... I've been shot. I've been shot."

The shooter's first victim was 28-year-old Christopher Sparkman, a security guard.

The bullet hit Sparkman in the abdomen and while it did a lot of damage, the army vet was still able to continue to talk to dispatchers and even get a message out to his wife.

Investigators say the gunman, 19-year-old Geddy Kramer, a package handler, walked through the facility firing shots. Employees took cover.

Meanwhile, an employee managed to make it to the front gate and that's where she found Sparkman bleeding.

Sparkman and all five of the shooting victims survived. A motive for the shootings has not been established yet. The shooter took his own life.

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