Woman's chilling three-word message on 911 call before two bodies were found in her home

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By Asiya Ali

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A woman contacted 911 and shared three ominous words before hanging up.

On Wednesday morning (June 19), Connecticut State Police Sgt. Luke Davis revealed that troopers responded to a call from a home on Hell Hollow Road around 11:30AM.

According to WTHN, a woman, who has not been identified yet, called 911 claiming there was an emergency.

The unnamed caller shared an address and chillingly added: "Emergency, I'm sorry," before hanging up, according to FOX 61

When cops responded, they discovered a man dead in the driveway with visible injuries, per NBC Connecticut.

At around 11:42AM, troopers employed a cruiser’s PA system to try to reach anyone within the residence, but no one responded.

Authorities then established a perimeter and alerted the agency’s Emergency Service Unit and Drone Unit to assist with the investigation. 

State police also issued a shelter-in-place notice to residents within a one-mile radius. Around that time, they deployed the drone team and attempted “phone pings” for a woman believed to be in the home.

GettyImages-497884595.jpgPolice used a drone inside the residence and found an unresponsive woman. Credit: Richard Newstead / Getty

At 3:53PM, a drone entered the home through an open door on the second story and located an unresponsive woman in the stairwell of the home. She was later determined to be dead.

Connecticut State Police’s Tactical Team also went into the house to examine the area and determined there was no one else inside. 

It has not been disclosed if the deceased woman is the same person who made the 911 call. It has also not been revealed how the man and woman died, nor was there information regarding the pair's relationship, per the Register Citizen

GettyImages-93889375.jpgPolice said they will release the identities of the dead man and woman later. Credit: Ilbusca / Getty

Neighbors have now spoken out about the tragedy, claiming that the man and the woman lived in the home together, WFSB reported.  

“They were both nice, but that doesn’t mean anything when you’re outside of the family,” neighbor Karen Hoenig told the outlet. “You don’t know what happens inside of people's houses.”

“It’s scary. You never know what’s going to happen. It’s one of those things that happens every day, everywhere, but I’ve never seen it here,” another neighbor named Donald Cholewa stated, while Jarred Pocock added: “You just never hear about this stuff, especially in the quiet corner."

The Eastern District Major Crimes team is now investigating the case. Police said they will release the identities of the pair later.

Featured image credit: Milan Markovic / Getty

Woman's chilling three-word message on 911 call before two bodies were found in her home

vt-author-image

By Asiya Ali

Article saved!Article saved!

A woman contacted 911 and shared three ominous words before hanging up.

On Wednesday morning (June 19), Connecticut State Police Sgt. Luke Davis revealed that troopers responded to a call from a home on Hell Hollow Road around 11:30AM.

According to WTHN, a woman, who has not been identified yet, called 911 claiming there was an emergency.

The unnamed caller shared an address and chillingly added: "Emergency, I'm sorry," before hanging up, according to FOX 61

When cops responded, they discovered a man dead in the driveway with visible injuries, per NBC Connecticut.

At around 11:42AM, troopers employed a cruiser’s PA system to try to reach anyone within the residence, but no one responded.

Authorities then established a perimeter and alerted the agency’s Emergency Service Unit and Drone Unit to assist with the investigation. 

State police also issued a shelter-in-place notice to residents within a one-mile radius. Around that time, they deployed the drone team and attempted “phone pings” for a woman believed to be in the home.

GettyImages-497884595.jpgPolice used a drone inside the residence and found an unresponsive woman. Credit: Richard Newstead / Getty

At 3:53PM, a drone entered the home through an open door on the second story and located an unresponsive woman in the stairwell of the home. She was later determined to be dead.

Connecticut State Police’s Tactical Team also went into the house to examine the area and determined there was no one else inside. 

It has not been disclosed if the deceased woman is the same person who made the 911 call. It has also not been revealed how the man and woman died, nor was there information regarding the pair's relationship, per the Register Citizen

GettyImages-93889375.jpgPolice said they will release the identities of the dead man and woman later. Credit: Ilbusca / Getty

Neighbors have now spoken out about the tragedy, claiming that the man and the woman lived in the home together, WFSB reported.  

“They were both nice, but that doesn’t mean anything when you’re outside of the family,” neighbor Karen Hoenig told the outlet. “You don’t know what happens inside of people's houses.”

“It’s scary. You never know what’s going to happen. It’s one of those things that happens every day, everywhere, but I’ve never seen it here,” another neighbor named Donald Cholewa stated, while Jarred Pocock added: “You just never hear about this stuff, especially in the quiet corner."

The Eastern District Major Crimes team is now investigating the case. Police said they will release the identities of the pair later.

Featured image credit: Milan Markovic / Getty