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Transcript of 911 call

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Operator:  911.  What's the address to your emergency?

Caller:  I'm not at an address.  I'm at the top of a hill on the Pullman-Albion road, the first turn, the first hill.  

Operator:  Okay, where at?  You're at the top of the road?

Caller:  I don't know.  250 yards.  Just before the grain silo.  There's a lady laying in the middle of the street she looks like she got hit by a car

Operator:  Okay, are you with her right now?

Caller:  No, I had to come, run back down the hill because my phone won't work up there.

Caller: She's breathing.

Operator: She is?

Caller: I haven't moved her.

Operator: Do you know for sure?

Caller: Yes she is breathing. I can hear her breathe.

Operator: OK is she awake?

Caller: No.
Operator:  How old is she, about?

Caller:  I would say she's late 20s, mid 30s, maybe.  I don't know.  I really didn't look that close, I've been trying to call you guys, I just ran down the street.

Operator: Okay, is she in the middle of the road or is she on the side of the road?

Caller: She is in the middle of the road. I backed my car down so I'm blocking the lane but you can’t see her, but as soon as you, you gotta get a car out here QUICK because it's pitch black.

Operator:  Okay, can you, you, so you're about 200 yards from the grain silo?

Caller:  Yeah, I am standing about 200 yards from the grain silo.  She's about maybe, 50 yards from the crest of the hill.

Operator:  50 yards from the crest.  Are you by the USDA farm?

Caller:  Yes.
Operator:  Okay, did you go back to her then?

Caller:  No, I can't. It will disconnect.

Operator:  Okay, that's fine.  I'll just stay on the phone with you and you can give me contact information as we go, then.

Operator: Anyone around?  Or???

Caller: No, nobody at all. I, honestly, I, thought she was a deer in the road.

Operator: Okay.  My partner is getting help on the way. I'm going to stay on the phone for just a second, though.  Okay, hold on.

Caller:  Are they coming up the hill right now?

Operator:  We just paged them out, so they're gonna be, they're gonna be en route shortly.

Caller:  Okay, someone's coming up the hill.  I'm gonna try to stop them.

(Caller talks to driver in background)

Operator:  Okay, try to stop them so they don't hit her, okay?

Operator:  He's gonna put his flashers on?

Caller:  Yes.  The next driver is going to pull across and put her flashers on so she is in front of them.

Operator:  Can you see her vehicle description?

Caller:  She's in a mini-van.  Actually, your car is coming right now. I see him coming up the hill.

Operator:  She's in a mini-van?

Caller:  She's in a mini-van.

Operator:  Okay and her flashers are gonna be on?

Caller:  Yeah.

Operator:  Okay.  Since you're not with her, I am gonna let you go (inaudible).  If she changes in any way before he shows up, then I want you to call us back, okay?

Caller: Hopefully your guy's not flying up too fast because he didn't slow down when I waved him down.

Operator: OK we'll let him know.

Caller: Alright, thanks. Bye

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