911 call released in road-rage shooting that killed mom of 6 Julie Eberly

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The husband of a Pennsylvania mother of six killed during a cold-blooded road-rage shooting in North Carolina wept as he begged his wife to “keep breathing,” according to a heartbreaking 911 call.

Ryan Eberly told a police dispatcher his 47-year-old wife, Julie Eberly, was shot in the hip and “bleeding badly” following the March 25 shooting — as the couple drove on Interstate 95 in Lumberton.

The pair were heading to celebrate their anniversary in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina.

“My wife is shot, she’s bleeding badly, I need help now,” Ryan Eberly frantically told the dispatcher, according to the call obtained Thursday by WPDE. “Please hurry!”

Eberly said his wife wasn’t responsive and her breathing was “very labored” following the gunfire that rang out after he accidentally cut off another driver on the highway.

“She’s not conscious,” Eberly said. “Please hurry!”

Eberly then got his wife out of their white GMC Yukon — putting her flat on her back — and begged for her to hang on as he pleaded with the dispatcher for help, the call shows.

“Keep breathing, I’m right here, we got help,” Ryan Eberly said. “Please hurry!”

The dispatcher told Eberly to apply pressure to her gunshot wound as he wept on the call.

“Stay with me, Julie!” he told his wife before breaking down.

“You’re doing a really good job and we’ve got help coming to you,” the female dispatcher reponded.

“Julie, please, please, honey,” Eberly pleaded with his wife. “Keep breathing, Julie.”

The distraught husband then said his wife appeared to no longer be conscious — before she suddenly stopped breathing.

“I can’t tell if she’s breathing … I don’t see any movement. She’s not breathing,” he said as he began CPR at the police dispatcher’s direction.

“Hurry up!” he yelled at one point. “Julie, come on! You guys gotta hurry!”

The 10-minute call ended as an officer arrived.

Julie Eberly, a mother of six from Manheim, Pennsylvania, was rushed to a hospital, where she was pronounced dead.

Dejywan Floyd, 29, of Lumberton, was arrested on a first-degree murder charge Thursday in the road-rage shooting and remains held without bond.

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