Source: AP / CBS News
SANFORD, Fla. – A resident of the Florida gated community where former neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman fatally shot unarmed teen Trayvon Martin last year testified Wednesday that she heard a boy’s voice yelling for help the night of the altercation.
The court heard a dramatic 911 call in which neighbor Jayne Surdyka, crying, calls police to report the shooting. “Oh my god, I see someone killed, laying on the grass,” Surdyka said in the recording. “I want to know what happened. Why would this man shoot him?”
On the witness stand, Surdyka appeared to wipe away tears as she listened to the recording.
“I wish I could have done something for the person,” she said on the tape, crying. “Someone yelled for help. You feel like you could have helped them. I don’t have a gun or anything.”
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