911 Call Immediately Following Nipsey Hussle Shooting Released To Public

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The 911 call following the fatal shooting of rapper Nipsey Hussle was released to the public.

A woman called 911 after Hussle was gunned down outside of his Los Angeles store, according to a report published Wednesday by TMZ.

“We need an ambulance ASAP,” the unidentified woman yelled into the phone, according to the recording obtained by TMZ. “Somebody’s on the ground!” the caller added.

The woman pleaded with the dispatcher to have an ambulance sent to Crenshaw Boulevard and Slauson Avenue in L.A. Not many details were included as the woman kept saying it was an emergency. (RELATED: Nipsey Hussle Memorial Results In Injuries As Mourners Start A Stampede)

Hussle was shot in front of his clothing store Marathon on March 31. The rapper died from gunshot wounds to his head and his torso, according to the L.A. County Medical Coroner. Eric Holder was arrested for Hussle’s murder two days after the shooting, but the woman driving the car he left the scene in has not been charged.

She reportedly is under police protection while Holder was charged with murder.

Hussle’s death shocked fans and thousands of people reportedly showed up to his memorial service at the Staples Center. Hussle had been a fixture of the hip-hop community and was recently honored at the BET awards in June.