(CNN/Meredith) -- A 7-year-old boy frantically called 911 for help after his mother stabbed him 25 times at their Nevada apartment, according to authorities.

The Henderson Police Department released the chilling audio on Thursday, along with body cam footage of an officer fatally shooting the boy's mother after responding to the scene last month.

Officers arrived at the Equestrian on Eastern apartment complex on Oct. 21 after the young boy called police, screaming that his own mother had attacked him with a knife. 

"My mom is trying to kill me," the boy said in the call. 

The boy's mother can be heard in the background giving dispatch their address and rambling about her and her son needing to kill each other. 

The 911 call disconnected before dispatch was able to get more information to warn offices what they'd be walking into. When police arrived, the boy stumbled out the door, bleeding from multiple stab wounds.

Officers walked inside the apartment and found the mother, identified as 37-year-old Claudia Rodriguez, incoherent and armed with a knife. Police said she began struggling with an officer moments later. 

During the struggle, she got hold of the officer's gun and fired a shot.  Officers returned fire with at least one bullet striking Rodriguez. She was transported in critical condition to Sunrise Hospital, where she later died.

Her 7-year-old son was taken to UMC Trauma Center and underwent emergency surgery. He is expected to recover

The police officers were not hurt. 

 

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