A gang of men has been convicted of murdering teenager Mary-Ann Lenaghan and trying to kill her friend. The following is a transcript of the 999 call made by a passer-by who discovered Mary-Ann's friend after she had been shot in the head.
Operator: Go ahead caller, you're through to the police.
Caller: Good morning, I'm outside Prospect Park in Tilehurst Road by the toilets, can you please send a police car? I think a young lady's been shot, she's actually been shot and her friend's been stabbed in the park.
Operator: Right, let's have a look, you stay on the phone for me a moment, all right?
Operator: Don't go anywhere.
Caller: No, no, I'm not going to, mate.
Operator: Right, tell me exactly where you think it is?
Caller: Well, the young lady's stood by me, you know where the toilet is in Tilehurst Road?
Operator: Name of the road again, sorry?
Caller: You know, the big roundabout by Liebenrood Road?
Operator: Yeah, which road, sorry, I can't hear?
Caller: On the way to Tilehurst.
Caller: There's a toilet on the left-hand side.
Caller: She's, we're stood opposite there.
Operator: OK. And what's the story, what's happened exactly?
Caller: Well, she said she's been shot and she's got a great big bruise on her head and her friend's been stabbed.
Operator: And you've just come across them?
Caller: And I've just... I'm walking to work now.
Operator: And she said?
Caller: Don't worry, don't worry, love, don't worry.
Operator: Is she bleeding?
Caller: Yeah, well yeah, there's a great big bruise on her head and there's blood on her face. I think she's going to pass out if you...
Operator: OK, stay on the phone for me, all right?
Caller: Yeah all right.
Operator: Getting an ambulance...
Operator: Right, it's two minutes and we'll be there and the ambulance will be there too, OK?
Caller: Thanks very much, no, that's fine.
Operator: The police car that's coming in is going to bring the ambulance in with them, OK?
Caller: Oh fine, yeah, yeah, yeah.
Operator: Just stay on the line with me.
Caller: Yes, that's (inaudible), I will.
Caller: They will be with us in two minutes, darling.