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July 1, 2014 11:09 am

‘We’ve Been Abducted’: Kidnapped Teens’ Emergency Call to Police Released (AUDIO)

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Mourning at Kikar Zion in Jerusalem. Photo: Tazpit News Agency.

The audio file of the “911” emergency call one of the slain Israeli teens managed to make before they were killed by their Palestinian captors, has been released to the public.

In the audio, from the Israeli police call center, one of the youths is heard whispering to a dispatcher, “I’ve been abducted…”

The dispatcher answers and self-identifies: “Shabbat Shalom…”

As the dispatcher tries to elicit further responses, sounds of a vehicle in motion are heard, along with another voice in the background repeatedly shouting, “get down – your head down!” and “give that to me,” possibly referring to the cellphone.

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A series of percussive sounds and screams are then heard, while the dispatcher tries to make contact, as a radio talk show is heard in the background.

The call is passed on to a supervisor who tries to make contact, and the call ends.

Hear the full audio below:

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