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Source: LCI

It Was Too Late To Save Woman After Emergency Dispatchers Mocked Her Call For Help

By Mark LoProto


When you call 911, you expect the person on the line to have compassion, especially if you’re saying things like “I am going to die.” Twenty-two-year-old Naomi Musenga from eastern France was met with quite the opposite when she called into France’s emergency line, 112, in December 2017.

The young woman called into the emergency service requesting an ambulance to the hospital, stating quite plainly that she was “going to die.” The response she received seemed more like a prank phone call. “Yes, certainly, you will die one day, just like everyone does,” the dispatcher responded.