MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – The 911 tapes from the night of Anousone Phanthavong’s death have been released.

One caller wept and was too afraid to get out of her car after she saw a body on the Riverside Avenue exit ramp in Minneapolis last August. Another caller said it was too dark to tell if Phanthavong was still alive, so he yelled out: “You all right, buddy?” A third caller seemed to suspect that Phanthavong was dead.

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You can listen to the calls in the video above.

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On May 3, a jury found Amy Senser — wife of former Viking Joe Senser — guilty of two felonies in connection with Phanthavong’s death. She is scheduled to be sentenced on July 9.

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