Dallas Cops Take an Hour to Respond to Armed Robbery, Say 911 Caller's Accent Was Too StrongThe Blaze
May. 10, 2013
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Local media pressed the police for an explanation, and apparently a spokesperson responded in an email (via the Dallas Observer): “The caller had a very heavy accent and was speaking very quickly…The call taker had a very difficult time understanding the information and did not hear the caller say ‘shot’ or ‘shoot.’”