911 audio of call from Kansas City Chiefs' Jovan Belcher and Kasandra Perkins' home released

KANSAS CITY, Mo - The Kansas City Fire Department has released audio of the 911 call made by Jovan Belcher's mother after the Chiefs linebacker shot his live-in girlfriend.

"The baby is crying," Cheryl Shepherd can be heard saying. "Please get an ambulance here."

After shooting Kasandra Perkins multiple times Saturday morning, Belcher drove to Arrowhead Stadium, where he took his own life in front of Chiefs General Manager Scott Pioli, Head Coach Romeo Crennel and Defensive Coordinator Gary Gibbs.

"He left," Shepherd tells the 911 dispatcher. "Please just get ambulance here please."

Belcher and Perkins had a 3-month-old daughter together. The girl is now staying with Belcher's mother.

To listen to more of the 911 call, click on the media player above.

Read the transcript below:

Dispatcher: Are you with the patient now?
Cheryl Shepherd: Yes. Oh the baby is crying, please get an ambulance here.
Dispatcher: OK we are on the way we have been on the way the whole time. I old is the patient?
Cheryl Shepherd: 22
Dispatcher: Male or female?
Cheryl Shepherd: Female.
Dispatcher: And is he breathing?
Cheryl Shepherd: She's still breathing but please hurry. I don't know how he (inaudible), they were arguing, please hurry.
Dispatcher: OK so she's been shot?
Cheryl Shepherd:No.
Cheryl Shepherd: Stay with me, the ambulance is on the way, stay with me Cassandra, stay with me.
Dispatcher:  OK listen is she awake?
Cheryl Shepherd: She's just barely, she's barely open.
Dispatcher: Can she hear what you're saying?
Cheryl Shepherd:Yes, she is moving when I talk to her. Please God.
Dispatcher: Is she bleeding?
Cheryl Shepherd: Yes, she is bleeding...
Dispatcher: Where is she bleeding from?
Cheryl Shepherd: I can't tell, in the back it looks like it.
Dispatcher: OK, go ahead PD.
Dispatcher: Where is your son at?
Cheryl Shepherd: He left. please just get ambulance here please.
Dispatcher: Where is your son at?
Cheryl Shepherd: He left.
Dispatcher: He left?
Cheryl Shepherd: Yes.
Dispatcher: OK they were arguing?
Cheryl Shepherd: Yes, they were arguing.