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'I Kept Calling And He Wasn't Answering': 911 Calls Made By Dwayne Haskins' Widow, Witnesses Released

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Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Dwayne Haskins was struck and killed while crossing a busy part of I-595 in Broward County, on foot. The heartbreaking 911 calls from his widow and other witnesses were released on Wednesday. Florida Highway Patrol expects the investigation to take up to two more months to complete.
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'I Kept Calling And He Wasn't Answering': 911 Calls Made By Dwayne Haskins' Widow, Witnesses Released

MIAMI (CBSMiami) —  The widow of Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Dwayne Haskins, called 911 concerned about her husband on the morning he was struck and killed while crossing a busy part of I-595 in Broward County, on foot.The heartbreaking 911 calls from his widow and other witnesses were released on Wednesday and they are difficult to listen to.Dispatch: “Hello, this is 911 you were on the line.”Caller: “I’m sorry ma’am I was trying to hear yo…

4 months ago·United States
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People

NFL Quarterback Dwayne Haskins Was Searching for Gas When He Was Fatally Struck by 2 Cars: Police

Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Dwayne Haskins died on April 9 after being struck on a Florida highway

4 months ago·United States
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Pioneer Press

911 calls released: NFL quarterback Dwayne Haskins had run out of gas before he was struck and killed on I-595

A 911 call from the wife of Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Dwayne Haskins appeared to solve the mystery of why he was walking on a busy interstate highway when he was struck and killed: He had run out of gas.His wife Kalabrya called moments after he was killed on Interstate 595 near the Fort Lauderdale airport early on the morning of April 9, saying she was worried about him.“He was stuck on the side of the highway,” she told the emergency oper…

4 months ago·St Paul, United States
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Boston Herald

911 calls released: NFL quarterback Dwayne Haskins had run out of gas before he was struck and killed on I-595

A 911 call from the wife of Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Dwayne Haskins appeared to solve the mystery of why he was walking on a busy interstate highway when he was struck and killed: He had run out of gas.His wife Kalabrya called moments after he was killed on Interstate 595 near the Fort Lauderdale airport early on the morning of April 9, saying she was worried about him.“He was stuck on the side of the highway,” she told the emergency oper…

4 months ago·Boston, United States
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OC Register

911 calls released: NFL quarterback Dwayne Haskins had run out of gas before he was struck and killed on I-595

A 911 call from the wife of Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Dwayne Haskins appeared to solve the mystery of why he was walking on a busy interstate highway when he was struck and killed: He had run out of gas.His wife Kalabrya called moments after he was killed on Interstate 595 near the Fort Lauderdale airport early on the morning of April 9, saying she was worried about him.“He was stuck on the side of the highway,” she told the emergency oper…

4 months ago·Orange County, United States
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WSVN

911 calls from wife of deceased NFL quarterback Dwayne Haskins Jr., crash witness released

Newly released 911 calls made by the wife of NFL quarterback Dwayne Haskins Jr. on the morning he died, as well as a call made by a witness captured the horror and heartbreak in the immediate aftermath of the highway crash in Davie that claimed the Pittsburgh football player’s life. According to Kalabrya Haskins, her husband was getting gas for his vehicle and was walking along Interstate 595 when she lost communication with him.“I had his locat…

4 months ago·Miami, United States
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