& # 39; Baby, are you okay? & # 39; Woman with a blood-curdling 911 call after her Australian husband was shot and protected his family from intruders in the US
- Brenton Estorffe, 29, was shot in his living room by two intruders
- His wife Angelenna could not leave her bedroom to check on him
- She trembled during her phone call to the police while she was with her two children
- Mr. Estorffe fought against his attackers to prevent them from reaching his family
The harrowing 911 call from a young mother whose Australian husband had just been shot by home invaders in the US.
Brenton Estorffe, 29, was shot in the living room of his home in Fort Bend County, Texas, just after midnight local time on Wednesday.
His wife Angelenna Estorffe trembled during her emergency call to the police when she told the operator that she was too scared to leave her room with her two children of one and three.
& # 39; I don't know. I'm so scared to walk there. They shot him. Oh my god, I think he really hurt, & Mrs. Estorffe said in the audio of the call, issued by 7News.
& # 39; Honey goes well … honey goes well? & # 39;
Angelenna Estorffe could not leave her bedroom after her husband Brenton Estorffe (right) was shot by two intruders
Mr. Estorffe – an aspiring NFL player – desperately fought to stop his attackers from reaching his wife and children.
He died only three minutes after turning 29.
The father, from the Sunshine Coast of Queensland, was killed after he got up to investigate the sound of a glass door estimate in the middle of the night.
Two intruders smashed the window of the Estorffe family house on Wednesday evening
Mr. Estorffe tried desperately to fight the attackers to prevent them from reaching his wife and two children
Mrs. Estorffee told the police that she had heard glass shatter before her husband jumped up to check what was going on.
She couldn't tell the police if the intruders were still in her house during the phone call.
& # 39; No, I don't think so, but I'm so scared that I can't walk to my husband, & # 39; she said.
& # 39; I am so sorry that I have two children at home. I don't know what to do.
& # 39; I'm used to, I'm getting really bad right now … and I'm trying to get my neighbor's number. & # 39;
& # 39; No, I don't think so, but I'm so scared that I can't walk to my husband & # 39 ;, Estorffe told the police during a 911 phone call
The police have a & # 39; vehicle of interest & # 39; (photo) released that the intruders are supposed to have fled the scene
Surveillance images of a & # 39; vehicle of interest & # 39; were released by the police on Saturday in an attempt to track down the intruders.
A $ 25,000 reward is offered to the person who can help find the offenders.
Mr. Estorffe's ruined parents received a series of frantic phone calls confirming that their son had died.
& # 39; He wrestled those two guys away from his wife and children. Then they shot him. Unfortunately, he paid the highest price, & # 39; father Michael Estorffe said.
Initially, he struggled to get a visa to attend his son's funeral on Tuesday.
Mr. Estorffe's visa was granted and he was able to fly to Texas on Sunday, and told reporters that his priority was just spending time with the family.
& # 39; It's still not really sunk because it's real, & # 39; he said, trying to choke the tears at the airport.
Michael Estorffe (photo on the right) said that he could not sleep since he heard that his son was killed during an invasion at home
Mr. Estorffe – an aspiring NFL player – fought desperately to prevent his attackers from reaching his wife and children, but died only three minutes after turning 29
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