SAVANNAH, Ga. — Dispatchers accepted a sixth-grade student’s handwritten, hand-delivered note apologizing for a prank call.
The boy said he called the Savannah-Chatham County 911 ...
By Geoff Fox
DADE CITY, Fla. — A Dade City man who had a seizure before he stopped breathing early Saturday is alive today, thanks to the efforts of a Pasco County 911 ...
PORTLAND, Ore. — Dispatcher-assisted CPR has improved cardiac arrest outcomes in Washington County. Since implementing the life-saving instructions for hands-only CPR in 2011 there has ...
By Amber Rupinta
WAKE COUNTY, N.C. — Membership in Wake County's EMS Fund covers 911 ambulance transport to a local hospital from anywhere in the county for an entire household.
The $60 per household per year fee is for 911 ambulance service as many times as it is needed
The father gave a detailed description of the vehicle and location after accidentally forgetting his child
QUINCY, Mass. — Emergency responders broke into an SUV to rescue a child after a man called 911 to report he accidentally left his 1-year-old in the back seat.
Police say he boarded ...
The dispatcher got permission to go to the store, delivered the items herself and made him a ham sandwich
By Steve DeVane
The Fayetteville Observer
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. — When Clarence R. Blackmon Jr. called 911 Tuesday, he made it clear that he wasn't bleeding and didn't have any ...
911 calls for incidents like transporting patients across campus are a waste or resources that take responders away from more urgent calls, some officials say
SAN JOSE, Calif. — The hundreds of non-emergency 911 calls to a hospital building in Santa Clara Valley Medical Center has some insiders saying calls are a waste of resources. The clinic ...
Her husband who held her at knifepoint allowed her to place an order at Pizza Hut, and under the comments section she asked for 911
HIGHLANDS COUNTY, Fla. — A quick-thinking Highlands County woman saved herself and her children from possible harm when she ordered an online pizza with a secret message saying ...
Jennifer Green submitted her resignation after criticism following the Metro smoke incident in January
WASHINGTON — The director of D.C.'s 911 center has stepped down after criticism following the Metro smoke incident in January.
WJLA.com reported that city officials confirmed Tuesday ...