The 911 calls made after two women were struck and killed in a hit-and-run crash in St. Johns County over the weekend reveal that an off-duty paramedic was among those who witnessed the incident.
The St. Johns County Sheriff's Office released the calls on Wednesday, days after the crash happened on Saturday along Racetrack Road near Bartram Springs Parkway.
In one call, a witness told a 911 dispatcher that both women were dead. When asked how he was sure, the caller said he is an off-duty nurse and paramedic from Nassau County.
He then described the women's conditions in very graphic detail.
Another call reveals that the women were still in the road when the car, which was described to be a sedan by witnesses, fled the scene.
In the calls, witnesses also said pieces of the vehicle were still at the scene.
The vehicle was soon identified by detectives. They revealed it was a 2016 Hyundai Azera.
On Wednesday, the suspected driver, Henry Haigler III, turned himself into the sheriff's office, deputies said.
Haigler now faces two hit-and-run charges and is in jail on a $50,000 bond.
The 911 calls can be heard below.
WARNING: The audio contains graphic content.