The calls help explain how officials at first said everyone got out of the Lakeside Manor apartments near Green River and Lynch -- only to find out later that Bill Barning died in the very apartment where the fire started. Investigators say we might never know exactly what caused the fire. We believe the very first call to come into 911 came from Barning himself. Friday we got a copy of all the calls made to dispatch during the fire - including the call from 5326 Heron Court the apartment where fire investigators now believe the fire started and where the body of barning was found. Dispatch: Were getting a call its an apartment on Heron Court. The first calls started rolling into to dispatch around 4:30 Wednesday afternoon. Dispatch: Deputies are advising there is heavy smoke An apartment in the senior community was on fire. The very first call came from 5326 Heron Court. We now believe it came from the one person who did not survive the fire - 64 year old Bill Barning. He tells dispatch his apartment is on fire and he cant get out, but is somewhere near the bathroom. That is where his call ends. Fire investigators now say the fire began in the bathroom wall. On top of putting out the fire rescue crews were working to make sure everyone was safe. Dispatch: Central Dispatch. Caller: On the fire out here the guy that called in at 5326? Did he give his address or did it pop up as the phone call? Dispatch: Thats where it showed on the phone call. Caller: Okay did he give a name? Dispatch: Uh it shows the wink residents on the phone he didnt give his name though Caller: It says the who? Dispatch: The WINK residence. W-I-N-K. Clarence Wink. Caller: Okay. Thats what I needed to know. That is one of two calls crews made back to dispatch to find out who the man was that called the fire in first. Dispatch: Central dispatch Caller: I need to know what the number was and the address that came in on this. Dispatch: On what? Caller: The fire Dispatch: The fire. The call came from 5326 Heron Court. The Clarence Wink residence. Caller: The Clarence...They got Clarence but hes deceased right? It was a male right? Dispatch: You talked to a male right? (Inaudible) Caller: Everyone in that apartment is accounted for they werent even here. Dispatch: The call taker said she thought it was a male subject but they were gasping for air so she might be wrong. So. Caller: Wow. I hope he survived. Dispatch: Yeah. Thats the call that came in first and they gave that address. Caller: We got a ton of other calls. Dispatch: Right, but that orginially came in from that address but that lady not even at that apartment. Hopefully a passerby didnt go in. It wasnt a passerby it was Barning whose family says was in the process of moving in with his 89 year old mother suffering from alzheimers. Funeral arrangements are set for the man who lost his life in the lakeside manor apartment fire. 64 year old bill barning will be buried on Monday. Visitation will take place from 2 until 8 on Sunday night at Pierre Funeral Home in Evansville. The funeral is at 11 on Monday morning also at the Funeral home. Barning was the only victim in the fire that destroyed 12 units in the senior community.