Dramatic 911 Call Reveals Sisters' Pleas for Help

Two Utah sisters fended off a knife-wielding attacker long enough for police to arrive.
2:11 | 10/22/15

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Now to a terrifying home invasion. Two sisters attacked by a man with a knife fighting him off until help arrived and this morning, we are hearing those dramatic 911 calls. ABC's Linzie Janis is here with that. Good morning, Linzie. Reporter: The two sisters had just said good night to each other. The house completely dark when the man climbed in through an open window. Both women calling 911 during the attack managing only to scream out their address. Help us. Help us please. Reporter: Their at the phiing pleas for help. Stop it, stop it please. Reporter: Two sisters fighting for their lives calling 911 while begging their attacker to leave. What do you want? Hello. I'll give you anything you want. What do you want. Hello. Reporter: A knife wielding intruder creeping into their home in the dead of night climbing in through 28-year-old bring Ya and lastly's bedroom window. Her instincts kicking in. We were each throwing punches. He actually put his left hand over my mouth and said cooperate with me and I said I'm not cooperating with you. You're not going to get what you want. Reporter: For the next 15 minutes a desperate struggle. The sisters trying to fight off the suspect. 48-year-old Robert burger who moments earlier had tried to break into a different home on the same street. Burger pulling out a knife. That's when younger sister Kaley runs outside screaming for help. I was just screaming at the top of my lungs. He's stabbing my sister. He's stabbing her. Reporter: A nearby officer hearing her and runs inside. I moved the knife up to right here so the blade was outside of my neck and then he just whispered that he was going to kill me. I saw two black boots coming down our fairs and that was our angel officer. Reporter: The officer shooting and killing the intruder in the nick of time. Five seconds longer and I think she would have been killed. We don't really have words for how much we love him. Reporter: Well, police say the intruder had been released from prison just eight days before the attack. George, I think those girls deserve a lot of credit for saving their own lives too. They do and that angel officer. Okay, Linzie, thanks very much.

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