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Cell Phone & Surveillance Video Reveal Horror of Isla Vista Shootings

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(FOX 11) Officials tell us Elliot Rodger's Friday night shooting rampage lasted roughly ten minutes, two days later we're getting a glimpse of the horror that covered about a square mile of the college town.

Nineteen-year-old Caitlyn Bryant lives in the apartment above Pizza My Heart. After hearing what she thought were gun shots, she started making a recording with her cell phone. Seconds later she and her friends heard the gut wrenching shots.

"We hear people screaming and we see cops bolting out. They park the car, get out of the road and start running," Bryant said.

"They're screaming at people to get back inside, to stay away from your windows," Bryant's friend and roommate Morgan Baccino, 20, said.
"We jumped. We ran back inside. It was very scary,"Baccino said.

Below them, people quickly run inside the pizza place. In surveillance video we see patrons hide under tables, some crawling toward the back door.

The shooting there would become number four of ten crime scene locations in a little bit more than a square mile of Isla Vista.

Sheriff's Deputies say Elliot Rodger started at his home on Seville Street where he stabbed three people, including his roommates.
He then went to Alpha Phi, knocked on the door, but no one answered. Instead, police say he opened fire on the streets shooting three women and killing two. 

"We have three down on the corner of Segovia. I need three ambulances here," an operator said over the scanner.

Rodger's next stop was IV Deli Mart. The carnage caught on surveillance video. 

"Respond for multiple gunshot victims in front of the IV Deli," an operator said over the scanner.

Authorities say a bicyclist was struck by Rodger's BMW on Del Playa. Bullet holes and shattered glass are still at the scene. Cole Anderson, 19, says he witnessed the crash.

"The whole bicycle was super mangled up. He fell on to the car's hood, smashed the windshield and was thrown four houses down the street," Anderson said.

Police found Rodger dead from a gunshot wound to his head minutes later. In all, police say Rodger killed six and wounded 13.

Six of the 13 injured are still hospitalized. Three are considered in good condition and three fair. All expected to be okay, according to Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital.

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