SEAL BEACH, Calif. (AP) -- Police have released 911 calls from people reporting last week's massacre in a Southern California hair salon.
One of the calls released Monday by the Seal Beach Police Department was made by a woman who hid in the facial room of the Salon Meritage.
In a quiet, muffled voice, she told the 911 dispatcher: "I think a lot of people might have been killed or hurt."
Another woman called 911 while hiding behind a car in the parking lot.
The sobbing woman told the dispatcher: "A gunman came in and killed a bunch of people. They're all lying down on the floor."
The shooting left eight people dead and one person wounded.
Scott Dekraai, the ex-husband of one of the slaying victims, is charged with murder and attempted murder.