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EDITORS PLEASE NOTE: THIS EDIT CONTAINS AUDIO CLIPS THAT SOME VIEWERS MAY FIND DISTRESSING ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Audio recordings from the Connecticut school shooting that killed 20 children and six educators a year ago reveal a mixture of calm and anguish from the callers, and gunshots from the assailant are heard in the background. Officials in Newtown, Connecticut, on Wednesday released the 911 phone calls from the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in what may be the final official report on the tragedy that rocked the United States. Gunman Adam Lanza, 20, shot dead his mother at home on December 14, 2012, then went to the school, where he massacred 26 people before killing himself. One of the first callers, a deeply-anguished woman, grows increasingly distraught over the course of the 24-second call. In the final seconds, she grows more insistent, pleading with the 911 operator for help. "They're still running, they're still sh