Video: Wedding guests call 911 to request police escort

The unidentified guests asked a dispatcher if a police officer could help them get to the wedding on time, as they were running late


By EMS1 Staff

PALM BEACH COUNTY, Fla. — A dispatcher was asked by late wedding guests if they could have a police escort help get them to the event on time.

ABC News reported that the unidentified callers asked the dispatcher if they could be rushed to the wedding with the help of a police officer, because they were running late.

"Hi, umm ... is it possible to get a police to escort us ... um ... to a wedding because we're late,"  the caller asked.

"No, that's definitely not something the deputies will do," the dispatcher responded.

"Oh, OK," the caller said.

The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office posted a PSA on social media in response to the call, urging people to use 911 responsibly.

“We know weddings could be stressful but please, if you’re late to the wedding, DON’T call 911. Do not call 911 unless it is an emergency.”

 
9-1-1 call for a wedding escort

We know weddings could be stressful but please, If you're late to the wedding, DON'T call 9-1-1. Do not call 911 unless it is an emergency.

Posted by PBSO - Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office on Monday, February 5, 2018

 

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