Gunshots 'going like crazy': Some 911 calls released from night of Pulse terror attack

Newly released audio of 911 calls made during the mass shooting inside Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida, paint a picture of panic and confusion.

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The Orange County Sheriff's Office on Tuesday released audio from some of the calls made by witnesses and neighbors near the nightclub on June 12, after Omar Mateen opened fire on revelers. The shooting left 50 people dead, including Mateen, and injured 53 others.

One caller told the sheriff's office that she was inside her business nearby, the name of which was redacted by deputies, when one of the bullets hit the door. No one was hurt.

Another person told authorities the shooting started as the caller left the club.

"I'm fine," the caller told a dispatcher. "We were leaving the club and then as soon as we left, gunshots were going like crazy."

A person who lives near the club said people banged on his door for shelter and hid behind his car moments after shots rang out and clubgoers began running.

Mateen was killed after a more than 3-hour standoff with police.