A receptionist with a gunshot wound in her stomach played dead under her desk and called 911 on Friday after a shooting massacre in a Binghamton, New York, immigration center.
It is unclear how much time passed from the moment the woman and her colleague were shot until she placed the 911 call, police said.
But by the time law enforcement arrived at the American Civic Association, about two minutes after the 10:31 a.m. call to 911, the shootings had ceased and 14 people were dead in the center, including the suspected gunman, law enforcement officials said. Read full article »
CNN's Susan Candiotti, Marylynn Ryan and Carol Cratty contributed to this report.