Warning: 911 tapes may contain graphic or disturbing language.

The Anderson County Sheriff's Office has released two 911 tapes from the Townville Elementary School shooting.

In one call, a woman pleads for an ambulance and describes the wounds of a first-grader now known to be Jacob Hall.

The woman says the 6-year old is "bleeding horribly."

"Please hurry," she says three times.

A teen has been accused of killing his father early in the afternoon of Sept. 28 and then driving about 3 miles to the elementary school, where two students and a teacher were shot and a third student was injured. The teen's father, 47-year-old Jeffrey Osborne, died and 6-year-old Jacob Hall died Oct. 1 as the result of his injuries. The other students and teacher were treated and released the day of the shooting.

Jesse Osborne, 14, has been charged with two counts of murder, three counts of attempted murder and five counts of possession of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime.

A third 911 call from Osborne Road, where Jesse Osborne lived, remains under review, said Lt. Sheila Cole of the Anderson County Sheriff's Office.

The Independent Mail, and other media organizations, filed Freedom of Information Act requests to get the recordings.