"He looks nuts. He's really dangerous. I don't know if he's armed."
Those words were spoken by Madeleine Peternel during a dramatic 911 call placed moments after her husband Tony Divers showed up at her work and hit her in the face on the night of Sept. 30, 2016.
A short time later Divers would be dead, shot by a police officer.
The 911 call was played during the first day of a coroner's inquest examining what led up to the 36-year-old's death. But recordings are all the inquest is likely to hear from Peternel as the jury was told despite repeated efforts by the coroner investigators to get in contact with her she had refused to participate.
During the call Peternal tells the dispatcher twice that she didn't know if Divers was armed.