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911 calls released in octuplets mom's homecoming

March 19, 2009 | 11:57 am

The 911 tapes of the chaotic homecoming of two of Nadya Suleman's octuplets late Tuesday have been released. Hundreds of people had gathered outside their mother's new home in La Habra, prompting Suleman to call for help.

"The paparazzi is dangerous at this point," Suleman told an operator. "They're trying to break down the garage door. We pulled in here and they're swarming the whole area. I need help. It's not safe for any of the kids."

The babies and Suleman arrived home around 10:25 p.m. Tuesday in an SUV surrounded by scores of photographers, reporters and gawkers who had staked out Suleman's new house for hours. They clung to her vehicle as she arrived with babies Noah and Isaiah.

Police were also at the La Habra residence Tuesday evening, apparently for crowd control.

Witnesses said several people were knocked down by the SUV.

"God stop," Suleman told a Radar Online camera crew that was inside the car. "What am I? The president?" she said.

Read the rest of the story here.

-- KTLA News

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