These recordings also provide examples of the types of calls with which 9-1-1 Operators deal, and which either (i) provide important examples of issues which may affect the handling of 9-1-1 calls, or (ii) which may be disturbing for sensitive people.
Suicide By Semi
Canvas Fire Department Self Inspection Longmont, Colorado Mobile App
Calling 911 (Chin)
Critical Information in Calls to 911
Assessing Unstable Trails After Southern Colorado Storms
Colorado Dramatic Rescue Car Submerged Creek Rescue 3 Dead Live Rescue Just In Time
Rescue 911-Episode 111 Girls Lost in Mountains
DC-10 Heavy Tanker “911” Slurry Drop at DWFD St2
Aurora Colorado Fire Station #14 - Live Response to Emergency 911 Call
RESCUE 911 Lyons Colorado Episode June 1995 w/footage from Steve Davis “Shopping Swift Water”
Longmont Parking Coach: False Start!
Longmont Parking Coach: Ineligible Receiver!
Longmont Parking Coach: 24/7/365!
9-1-1 Speaks All Languages
Longmont Parking Coach: Hey There Easy Rider!
Longmont Parking Coach: Illegal Procedure!
Longmont Parking Coach: Not only for a Minute!
Fight the Bite in Longmont Colorado
Behind the Badge — Longmont Police provide tips to avoid scams
Fire Truck driving through flood - Longmont, Colorado, September 12, 2013
9-1-1 Call: VoIP Call to Wrong State
April 2013, Stafford County, VA: A man calls 9-1-1 using a VoIP (Internet) phone, and the call is received at the Doña Ana County, New Mexico, 9-1-1 Call Center! Part way through this recording, you can hear the man talking to the 9-1-1 Call Center for Stafford County, on a separate call to 9-1-1 made by cell phone.
When VoIP phone service was first developed, this was a common problem as Internet phone service, and the network connections on the Internet, are not mapped to specific locations. The FCC now requires that VoIP phone service providers supply a means for their customers to register their physical address for purposes of 9-1-1 and Emergency Response. This allows the VoIP provider to know which 9-1-1 Call Center can dispatch First Responders to your location, and which should receive any call you make to 9-1-1. It also allows the 9-1-1 Call Center to know where to send First Responders. However, you must make sure that you keep your “9-1-1 Address” current with your service provider.
9-1-1 Call: Suicidal Caller
April 2013, Puyallup, WA: Young and sensitive listeners may find this tape disturbing. A 69 year-old man who had just shot and killed his son and daughter and was suicidal called 9-1-1. The 9-1-1 Operator talked the man into putting down his gun, going to the front door of his home and surrendering to police.
The man’s cellphone connection remained open while he surrendered to the police. The recording is 18 minutes long.