‘Somebody is going to get killed’: 911 callers report fight, shooting aftermath in Liberty Twp.

Butler County dispatchers received six 911 calls on Wednesday night, when 18-year-old Antaun Hill Jr. was killed and two others were wounded in a shooting at Liberty Park.

Frantic neighbors heard gunshots, a caller at the scene screamed and prayed and one caller reported a big fight was about to happen.

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In one, the caller is difficult to hear but says “There’s about to be a big fight, I saw it (on) social media.”

The dispatcher asks if the location is Liberty Park, and the caller says “Yep.” The caller says he does not know if anyone involved would have weapons.

A female caller said she head about five gunshots in the park or in the apartment complex nearby.

“There was a lot of male voices, I thought maybe they were playing something in the park,” the caller said. “Then all of a sudden it got a little louder and then some gunshots, some firecrackers and gunshots.”

Another female caller told dispatchers a person had been shot and a car “sped away” toward Cincinnati Dayton Road.

“There are still two (cars) in the parking lot in the back,” the caller told the dispatcher. “There is definitely still a fight, you can hear it. Somebody is going to get killed.”

In a three-minute call from the shooting scene, a male caller screams in anguish, “Antaun, get up please. Oh, my God.”

Through loud screaming and crying from multiple people, a person says, “… got shot. A man got shot. Please God, please, God please, God please.”

Then sirens are heard arriving.

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