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Ask questions later

In regards to a 911 call on Aug. 17, 2012, there was an emergency, I was calling for. Time is of essence in this time to get a patient to the hospital.

First I couldn’t find the phone, so my friend let me use her cell phone. They in turn asked all these questions, before they sent a response to the address the emergency was. Finally with me being upset, the way I was, they sent help. This person was having a heart attack and went to be with the Lord.

I don’t think they need to ask all those questions in a emergency. That is a real emergency.

Doris Ray

Grass Valley

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