September 1, 2014
WHITTIER, Calif. (AP) - Octuplet mother Nadya Suleman made a
frantic, emotional call to 911 last year, when she thought she'd
lost one of her children.
Police on Wednesday released a recording of the call from Oct.
27, in which Suleman is wild with fear and repeatedly tells the
operator she's going to kill herself.
The operator, hearing children in the background, chides
Suleman, telling her to keep herself under control for the
Suleman said she hadn't seen her 5-year-old son, Joshua Jacob,
for an hour and she feared the boy had been kidnapped.
She repeatedly asks the operator, "Where's my son?" before
being able to provide an address or information.
Suleman gave birth to octuplets Jan. 26, and also has six other
children, ages 2 to 7.
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