A chilling audio tape of murdered teenage model Amy Leigh Barnes pleading for help in her dying moments has been played to a hushed court.
Two female jurors wiped away tears during the 10-minute recorded 999 call after Mr Justice MacDuff warned them to "steel yourselves" before the audio began.
Miss Barnes' mother and father, Karyn Killiner and Andrew Barnes, and their extended family left the courtroom at Manchester Crown Court while it was played.
Their daughter had been slashed across the face and stabbed nine times with a kitchen knife moments before the emergency call, it is alleged by her boyfriend, 21-year-old Ricardo Morrison, of Birmingham.
He denies murder on November 8 last year and was not sat in the dock during the tape.
The 19-year-old model and Hollyoaks actress managed to dial 999 on her mobile phone, answered by the BT call operator then transferred to a police call handler.
The tape begins with piercing screams and cries from Amy, before she says "I've been stabbed".
The Operator asks: "Emergency, which service do you require?"
Loud screaming was followed by Amy saying: "I can't breathe! I've been stabbed! Please help me! Please help me!"
Operator: "She says she's been stabbed."
Amy: "I've been stabbed. I'm dying. Please help me!"
Operator: "Where are you?"
Amy: "26, Moss Street, Farnworth."
Amy: "Moss Street, Farnworth."
Operator: "What's happened?"
Amy: "I'm dying! He's stabbed me to death. I'm dying! Please help me!"
Amy: "My boyfriend...I'm going...I can't see."
Operator: "Where are you stabbed love?"
Amy: "All over my body. I need help. Please help me."
As the life drains out of her, the victim's speech became more and more slurred and she appeared to lose consciousness.
The phone line stayed open with the handset at the side of her body. Over the chatter of the phone operators sending police and ambulance services to the address Amy can be heard groaning and whimpering.
Her audible breathing becomes laboured and the silence grows between each sob.
The operator tells Amy to take gentle breaths and tries to keep her conscious by asking her to speak her name and reassuring her emergency services are on the way - but there is no response.
In the background during the 999 call her mother, Mrs Killiner, can be heard leaving two phone messages on the house phone, both starting with the words; "Hiya love!" and asking her daughter to ring her urgently.
Andrew Barnes, her father, who had been summoned to the house by her worried family, then arrives to find his daughter on the floor in a pool of blood.
With the phone line still open he is heard to say: "Amy! Amy! Amy! What's happened Amy? Are you all right? Amy what have you done?"
Mr Barnes then speaks to the police call handler: "I need an ambulance. She's bleeding. There's blood everywhere. Amy, are you OK?
"She's 19. She's bleeding very badly. Amy! She's not acknowledging anything. She's breathing, yes."
Miss Barnes was rushed to hospital for emergency treatment, but was pronounced dead two-and-a-half hours later.
Morrison, from Birmingham, is in the dock with his policewoman mother, Melda Wilks, 49, of Hollyhill Road, Rubery, who is accused of assisting an offender by destroying evidence. Both have pleaded not guilty.
The tape ends when police and paramedics arrive.
A police officer questions Mr Barnes, "Do you know his name?"
He replies: "Ricardo. Ricardo Morrison."