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911 Recording: Man says ex-wife stabbed him

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Adam Villa and his ex-wife Connie Villa had four children ages 3, 5, 8 and 13. He was supposed to pick them up on Christmas day but when he arrived at Connie's house he didn't see the kids he saw his wife wielding a knife.

At a recent news conference Adam Villa stood next to a Pinal County Prosecutor and on Friday the chilling call he made Christmas day from his Ford pickup truck to 911 dispatchers in Casa Grande.

"I was just stabbed by my ex-wife I am headed to the hospital" said Villa to dispatchers.

Villa tells dispatchers he was picking up his four kids when his ex-wife Connie attacked him. "She asked me to come and get my kids, I went in the house... she got behind me next thing I felt something stab me in the back and windows are closed and everything so I am not sure if they are there or not I did not see them".

Dispatchers responded with questions for Villa as he drove to the hospital, "Are you driving? Are you sure you're ok to drive" said the dispatcher. Villa responded with "Yes ma'am, I'm good".

"Adam what part of your body is stabbed" said the dispatcher. Adam responded, "She stabbed me in my back, my legs, my arms, multiple times I don't know what she stabbed me with".

"Are you bleeding heavily" asked the dispatcher. "Yes I am" replied Adam.

"Where are you at now" asked the dispatcher? "I just pulled into the hospital ready to walk into the emergency room".

Adam then called out to a nurse, "Madam I need help I have been stabbed". The dispatcher asked if they were paying attention to him which Adam replied "yes ma'am".

Adam Villa recovered but his 13 year-old daughter Aniarael Macias died. Prosecutors say that Connie Villa poisoned her.

Connie Villa faces one count of murder and four counts of attempted murder.

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