Vicky White's 911 call was made public on Wednesday, two days after the corrections officer died after a police chase in Evansville, Indiana.
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Ms White was wanted for helping Casey White, a murder defendant, get out of an Alabama prison in late April. She then fled with him for 11 days.
Six seconds into the call, the woman says "stop" and "wait, stop...the airbags are going to go off and kill us." She also mentioned regretting leaving the hotel where they hid before hitting the road.
Everything suggests that the 911 call began towards the end of the chase, since twelve seconds after the start of the recording, four loud impacts can be heard.
Moments later, officers arrived near the vehicle and attempted to remove the firearm from Vicky White's hands.
The 56-year-old fugitive was taken to hospital, where she died.
Casey White, 38, was arrested and taken back to prison in Alabama.