Transcript for Wisconsin Spa Shooting: Alleged Gunman Had Run-Ins with Police
Moving on now to the latest on that deadly shooting at a wisconsin mall. We're learning more about the gunman who opened fire sunday morning. Abc's alex perez has the story. Reporter: This morning, we're hearing the voice of radcliffe haughton's wife, zina, describing one of his outbursts in courtroom audio. He pulled a gun from behind his pants. And it accidentally went off between me and my daughter's head. Reporter: The audio was recorded as she sought a restraining orainst her ESTRANGED HUSBAND OCTOBER 18th. I don't want to die. I just don't want to die. Reporter: She was granted that order, which also required him to turn over any rearms. Two days later, haughton had reportedly purchased a new gun, then stormed into his wife's salon and opened fire, killing zina, two other women and then himself. It was just pop, pop, pop, pop. It was just -- it never stopped. Reporter: Zina's long-time customer, betty bruner, was sitting in her chair, as zina pleaded with her husband to plead others. I think he wanted to protect all of us. Reporter: Haughton wasn't swayed. This morning, bruner says, there's only one reason she's still alive. Because of her, that's why I'm sitting here. I think that's why there's a lot of people that got out of there alive. Reporter: And she says she thinks the reality of all this has just not hit her yet. On a positive note, one of the four victims who survived the shooting has been released from the hospital. Amy and george? Alex perez, thanks so much. Very tough story.
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