David Bain's 111 emergency call to Ambulance officer Thomas Dempsey as transcribed by independent forensic consultants Professor french and Mr Harrison from the University of York.
Here is the initial draft:
Dempsey: Ambulance, can I help you?
Bain: They're all dead
Dempsey: What's the matter?
Bain: They're all dead. I came home and they're all dead.
Dempsey: Whereabouts are you?
Bain: Erm- erm Every St
Dempsey: W-w- Every St?
Bain: 65 Every St. They're all dead.
Dempsey: Who's all dead?
Bain: My family, they're all dead, hurry up.
Dempsey: It's okay. Every St, and it runs-off Somerville St?
[POSITION OF QUESTIONED UTTERANCE]
Dempsey: And what number you're calling from?
Bain: 2527 [whispered on out-breath]
Dempsey: 2527. And your last name?
Dempsey: Bain. OK, we're on our way. OK, Mr Bain.
Bain: Please hurry up
Dempsey: Yeah, we'll be there very shortly.