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Arkansas woman drowns after calling “unsympathetic” 911 dispatcher

CBS News Saturday, 31 August 2019
There is outrage in Arkansas after the death of a 47-year-old woman who drowned while delivering newspapers. The woman called 911 after accidentally driving into high water. But the dispatcher who took her call offered little sympathy. Kenneth Craig reports.
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News video: 911 Audio, Body Cam Footage Released After Arkansas Woman Drowns During Flash Flooding

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Audio recordings and body camera footage from Fort Smith police officers during their efforts to try and save a Fort Smith woman from last weekend's flash flooding have been released.

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