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911 call stories the really stupid ones
dragodraconis at 12:49PM, March 19, 2009
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Okay I'm gonna say is that i have two brothers that are EMT (Emergency Medical Technician) and I'm damn proud of them, also they bring home stories.

Me and my brother were talking on the phone exchanging the men rules email which is really hilarious then he said they got a 911 call for a woman breaking her nail.

Now if I was a EMT (which I'm not) the voice on the intercom to every ambulance on call would be “WTF! who the hell calls 911 for a freakin broken Nail?!”

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Custard Trout at 1:08PM, March 19, 2009
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!"?.'

Here, have some punctuation.
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kyupol at 3:38PM, March 19, 2009
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at least its not about chicken nuggets.

Don't believe me? google “911 call chicken nuggets”
NOW UPDATING!!!
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Walrus at 4:38PM, March 19, 2009
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kyupol
at least its not about chicken nuggets.

Don't believe me? google “911 call chicken nuggets”

 
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bravo1102 at 1:36AM, March 20, 2009
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Sadly it works both ways. What about the head injury (or sore throat) that isn't treated and ends up killing the person?

Some of the seniors in the building I am a guard in may “exaggerate” their symptoms/problems when they tell me to call maintenance or the EMTs. They don't want to take any chances and want to make certain that no one tells them “WTF! It's only a so-and-so…”

Oh I broke a nail fifteen minutes ago and the bleeding hasn't stopped…

But the chicken McNugget was classic. lol! Right out of Clerks and Clerks II
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Hakoshen at 9:48AM, March 20, 2009
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Dumbest one I heard of, and I think I heard about this one in the office as something that actually happened, but if it did, it this one couple of parents were so high they phoned 911 because they thought they were dead.

Also heard of one where someone didn't know how to change a diaper and had to get directions from the dispatcher, and one where someone locked themselves IN a car. I don't mean Family Guy. That call actually happened somewhere.
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lba at 2:53PM, March 20, 2009
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My brother-in-law had to respond to a fire call at an old folks home, because some little old lady misread instructions and put a chicken pot pie in the microwave for 3 hours instead of 3 minutes. She didn't even notice the room filling with black smoke.

He's also had to respond to a drunk person getting his arm stuck up the rectum of a horse. The horse wasn't very happy and had been dragging the idiot around for 30 min before they got there.

I've also met a fast water rescue diver who refuses to dive below 30 ft in the Mississippi river anymore because he came face to face with a 6ft long channel catfish that mistook his swim fin for food.
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3Eoclock at 9:42AM, March 21, 2009
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This is the funniest 911 call I've heard yet. But that's just me.

SHH, I'm sleeping.
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bravo1102 at 4:23AM, March 23, 2009
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My brother-in-law had to respond to a fire call at an old folks home, because some little old lady misread instructions and put a chicken pot pie in the microwave for 3 hours instead of 3 minutes. She didn't even notice the room filling with black smoke.


lol! I'm a security guard in a senior home and it happens. (It's my job to call the first-responders) One time it was aluminum foil in the microwave. The guy wanted to keep the foil. The other guard on duty had to go up and convince the resident to give up the charred foil. The firemen came down holding the smoking blob of metal, shaking their heads and a classic story had been born. lol!
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