CINCINNATI -- Calls made to emergency dispatchers after a shooting in Golf Manor early Wednesday morning have been released.
A man and woman were hospitalized after the shooting at a home in the 2400 block of Canterbury Avenue around 3:09 a.m.
When officers responded, they found Ronald Devine, 38, and Berlinda Williams, 34, suffering from gunshot wounds.
"I'm shot," Devine can be heard telling 911 dispatchers before officers arrived.
After being disconnected, dispatchers called Devine back. Williams answered.
"Yes we've been shot. We're bleeding. We're bleeding bad," Williams is heard yelling. "We're bleeding to death."
Both victims were shot while inside their residence by an unknown person who was in the rear of the house, officers said. Williams was shot in the leg and the Devine was shot in the chest.
Devine and Williams were transported to University of Cincinnati Medical Center by the Golf Manor and Silverton/Deer Park Fire Departments for treatment of their injuries. They are expected to recover from their injuries.
The investigation is ongoing. Officers ask that anyone with information about this crime contact the Hamilton County Sheriff's Criminal Investigative Section at 513-851-6000 or the Golf Manor Police Department at 513-531-3108.
To listen to the entire 911 audio, go here: http://bit.ly/1atXqHE
Jesse Folk, WCPO Digital contributed to this report