GLYNN COUNTY, Ga. -- The 911 call from a woman who was trying to save her neighbor after she had been shot in the head following an Oct. 4 home invasion robbery has been released.
According to a detective at the Glynn County Police Department, the woman is recovering from her injuries.
On the call, which is more than five minutes long, Sybrina Kneff can be heard trying to keep her neighbor calm and conscious while waiting for emergency personnel to arrive.
"They're coming baby, they're coming," Kneff said to her neighbor.
Kneff tells the 911 operator that her neighbor was shot at three times and the 911 operator instructs her to put towels on the woman's face and apply pressure.
The two suspects, a father and son pair of 44-year-old Joe Demery and
26-year-old Joshua Demery, were taken into custody that evening. Prior to that, the men are said to have led police on a 25-mile police chase reaching speeds as high as 100 mph.
Editor's note: The 911 call contained in the video player below contains graphic content. Also, the call has been edited to remove mention of the exact address.
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