TRANSCRIPT: 911 dispatch with injured trooperPosted: Updated:
Trooper: City on scene, Code 10.
Dispatch: City on scene, 771 is contacting subject, 2:11 (time)
Trooper: This is 771, Spokane, inaudible.
Dispatch: 771, (inaudible), emergency traffic only.
Trooper: I've been dragged by the vehicle and subject is (inaudible)
Dispatch: Again, 771?
Dispatch: 771? Spokane, 771? Go ahead. No answer, 771. I believe earlier traffic 771 was dragged by the vehicle, 2:12 (time)
Police: (inaudible) en route (inaudible)
Trooper: City is en route to the vehicle. Subject fled when contacted. He dragged me down the road, and I've got a female passenger detained. I'll be continuing from this location.
Dispatch: Advise if injured. Spokane local patrols. 771 has female detained. Was dragged by the vehicle when contacting. Believe City with the vehicle.
Police: (inaudible) en route.
Dispatch: 768 en route, 2:13 (time)
Police: (inaudible) subject was on foot.
Dispatch: No, in the vehicle.
Dispatch: 506, 2:14 (time)
768 Spokane, if you haven't already started, why don't you go ahead and let 161 know.
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