Transcript for Unarmed Crash Survivor Killed by Police: 911 Call Released
Also this morning, the naacp is demanding a north carolina police officer who fatally shot an unarmed man be charged with murder. The victim had approached a woman's house after a car crash. Now, for the first time, we are hearing the 911 call from that night. With more, here's abc's john muller. 911. Hello? I need help. Reporter: In the newly-released 911 call, you can hear the sobbing woman. Her voice altered by police, begging for help, after hearing someone at her door. There's a guy breaking in your front door? Yes. He's trying to kick it down. Reporter: Investigators in charlotte say that man was 24-year-old jonathan ferrell, a former safety for florida a&m. He had crashed his car and was looking for help. But the woman he found, was home with her 1-year-old and terrified. Is he still in the house? He's not in the house. He's in the front yard, yelling. Oh, my god, please. Reporter: When officers arrived, police say ferrell took off running, charging them. A policeort says an officer deployed his taser. But it was unsuccessful. At that point, officer randall kerrick, hit the 24-year-old ten times, killing him. Police called the shooting excessive. Kerrick is charged with voluntary manslaughter. It will be found that officer kerri kerrick's actions were justified. Reporter: Justified by the confusion on that 911 call. Oh, my god. Where is he going? Reporter: For "good morning america," john muller, abc news, new york.
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