Media report prompts Neb. county to consider adding dispatchers

05/7/2013 | Omaha World-Herald (Neb.)

An Omaha World-Herald investigation found 9-1-1 dispatch and response times in nearby Sarpy County, Neb., are well below national standards, prompting Sarpy County Board members to say they are open to hiring additional dispatchers. Bellevue Fire Chief Perry Guido said slow dispatch times could mean the difference between "losing the house and making a successful stop."

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