Police released new video and phone calls from the day a Milwaukee Firefighter allegedly drove drunk and killed two people. It happened in West Allis on Brewers' opening day.
Joshua Larson, 31, said he was on his way home from Miller Park where he had been tailgating with friends. Police released hundreds of images from the crash, along with phone calls between Larson and his father from jail.
911 Operator: "What's going on?"
Caller: "I just witnessed a three car pile up."
The West Allis Police Department took call after call.
911 Operator: "Anybody injured?"
Caller: "I would say so, yeah, it looks pretty bad."
Everyone asking for help to come quickly.
Caller: "There is a really bad car crash, bystanders are trying to do chest compressions."
But despite those rescue efforts Yoruba Sly-Lundasi, an Uber driver and Wendell Johnson, his passenger, died at the scene.
New video from outside Johnson Controls shows the silver minivan Sly-Lundasi was driving, pull out and Larson's red pick-up truck hit them. According to a criminal complaint, Larson cut the driver's seat belt and tried to do CPR, but he was not able to save him.
In a jail phone call to his dad, Larson said he was responsible.
"Dad, it's my own fault. I brought it upon myself," says Larson in the phone call.
The police say Larson had twice the legal limit of alcohol in his system at the time of the crash. Newly released pictures from inside his truck show empty beer and alcohol containers. There is even a bucket filled with empty cans.
"I am going to be in jail for quite awhile," says Larson in the phone call. "Guy pulled out in front of me and I killed him and another guy in the car so ... and I'm OWI."
Larson has pleaded not guilty.