TACOMA, Wash. (AP) — A seriously wounded 8-year-old boy calmly described his father's deadly knife rampage during a call for help to 911. "My daddy killed me with a knife and I'm gone," the boy told a dispatcher. "Can you please send the Army men or the ambulance?"
The soft-spoken child gave a wrong address and then hung up. But a second dispatcher called back, keeping him on the line while a frantic search was under way.
On Wednesday, authorities released the remarkable tape of Anthony Sukto's calm courage during the Oct. 22 ordeal, and the frantic efforts to find him.
Authorities found the home minutes later when the child's father, Tony Sukto, 36, flagged down a firetruck. Sukto has been charged with the murder of his wife, Pranee, 39, and attempted murder of his son.