• 911 calls capture terror after deadly Peach Stand shooting in Fort Mill


    FORT MILL, S.C. - 911 calls were released Monday in the shooting of a 19-year-old clerk at Fort Mill’s iconic Peach Stand in January.

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    "Peach Stand. Shots fired," said the first caller.

    A woman told the 911 dispatcher she was hiding in the back of the store and whispered as she said, "I see bullets."

    "Please hurry...I'm hiding," she said.

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    The third caller told the dispatcher someone had been shot and killed.

    "I heard boom, boom, boom, boom," he said.

    "We took off running out the back door," said another caller.

    Police later said they believed the shooting was a random crime committed by Mendez.


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