911 calls released in plasma donation center crash

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Calls to 911 are shedding more light on a bizarre incident last October on the Westside.

A woman was arrested and charged with purposely driving her car into a plasma donation center: DCI Biologicals.

Twelve people, including the woman, were injured.

News4Jax requested the 911 calls from the incident, which were released Thursday. Those calls detail the moments after police say 35-year-old Pamela Miller drove her car into the building on Blanding Boulevard.

LISTEN: 911 calls report car crash into plasma center

Police said Miller drove her car 40 feet into the building -- after she was told she could not donate plasma.

People News4Jax had previously interviewed said Miller had taken several pills while waiting.

Here's the exchange from one of the 911 calls:

Operator: Jacksonville 911. What is your emergency?
Caller: Yeah, someone just drove into the plasma center right here at Wilson and Blanding. They drove the car right into the building.
Operator: Is anybody hurt?
Caller: Yeah, yeah.There's people laying everywhere, man. The whole… you need to get someone here quick.
Operator: (Inaudible) victims?
Caller: No, someone else is over there.
Operator: We'll get help out there
Caller: Yeah, someone's down on the floor here. There's a couple people a couple people… two or three.

Miller is currently making her way through the court system. She is charged with one count of aggravated battery and one count of criminal mischief.

She is still in jail on a $65,000 bond. Her trial is scheduled for June.