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February 7, 2012 at 9:12 PM

911 audio from Josh Powell's sister, boys' caseworker

The files below contain 911 audio from calls placed by both the Powell boys’ casework and Josh Powell’s sister during Sunday’s deadly fire. Warning: This audio contains intense and disturbing material and may not be appropriate for all listeners.

911 audio: Caseworker reports Josh Powell has locked children inside his home

In this audio from a February 5, 2012 call to 911, a caseworker responsible for overseeing the visitation of Josh Powell with his two sons reports that Powell locked her out with the children inside.

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911 audio: Caseworker reports Josh Powell’s house on fire with children inside

In this audio from a February 5, 2012 call to 911, a caseworker responsible for overseeing the visitation of Josh Powell reports that Powell’s home is on fire with him and his two children inside.

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911 audio: Powell’s sister reports disturbing emails

In this audio from a February 5, 2012 call to 911, Alina Powell reports that her brother, Josh Powell, has sent her disturbing emails and that she is worried about his safety.

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