Audio of shooting at Paris’ Bataclan concert hall published online

French police stand near people warming up on a street before being evacuated by bus near the Bataclan concert hall following fatal attacks in Paris, France, November 14, 2015 © Philippe Wojazer
Audio of the deadly shooting inside the Bataclan concert hall in Paris has been published online. The recording was reportedly taken from the cellphone of Vincenzo Capuana, an Italian citizen who was present when the tragedy unfolded.

In the audio, which was apparently recorded from inside Capuana's pocket, the sound of gunfire and panicked screams among the crowd can clearly be heard.

Capuana managed to escape the Bataclan without injury. Originally from Perugia, Italy, Capuana has lived in France for several years.

The audio was reportedly first played over the phone to radio show Tra Poco in Edicola, a nightly show on Italian station RAI Radio 1.