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Mistakes May Be Costing N.C. First Responders Time

In one case, paramedics were dispatched to the wrong address -- 15 miles away from the person who needed help


 
 

Dan Tordjman, WSOCTV.com | | Wednesday, August 8, 2012


IREDELL COUNTY, N.C. — Mistakes may be costing first responders precious time in responding to emergencies in Iredell County.

Eyewitness News has 911 calls that show the confusion in getting paramedics to the person calling for help.

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