Ill. town considers fee for repeated non-transport 911 calls
$100 charge would begin with 6th call for service in a year
By Marie Wilson
Chicago Daily Herald
LOMBARD, Ill. — Repeatedly calling 911 for in-home assistance may soon come with a cost in Lombard.
Trustees are considering an ordinance that would give 911 calls for help without transportation to a hospital a $100 price tag beginning with the sixth call each year and including all additional calls.
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