Connor Tremble murder: Extract from 999 call

Heartbreaking call: Kyle Martin

Heartbreaking call: Kyle Martin

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Operator: Did you say Connor, is that your friend who’s been beaten up?

Kyle Martin: Please hurry up. Please hurry up.

Operator: We are...I need you to answer my questions. What’s happened to him?

Kyle Martin: Yeah I think so, I think he’s been stabbed.

Operator: Okay.

Kyle Martin: Think... Connor what happened, stabbed or what? Where? Please hurry up.

Operator: Has he been stabbed?

Kyle Martin: Yeah he has, he has yeah.

Operator: Whereabouts?

Kyle Martin: In the chest I think, oh my God, please hurry up.

Operator: Yep we’re getting an ambulance. What was he stabbed with?

Kyle Martin: I don’t know, Connor what was you stabbed with mate?

Operator: With a what?

Kyle Martin: I don’t know.

[A few seconds later] Operator: Okay. Is there anyone else there with you?

Kyle Martin: No, please hurry up.

Operator: Yeah, don’t worry Kyle we are getting something out to you, you just need to stay on the phone with me.

Kyle Martin: Yeah.

Operator: Okay. So how old is Connor?

Kyle Martin: Seventeen man, he’s...he’s like my little brother, he’s all I’ve got, can you please hurry up?

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