CANADA- A young boy from Canada parents served him a salad, this prompted him to call 911 twice.
According to the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, the 12-year-old Canadian boy called the emergency dispatches at approximately 20:00 last Tuesday night, but the emergency services did not response as quickly as they wanted to, so he called them once again.
A Halifax District Royal Canadian Mounted Police Cpl. Dal Hutchinson said even if the caller was a young boy, many times adults call in non-emergency situations, which could result in a fine.
They said this prevents emergency responders from dealing with real emergencies.
“The improper use of 911 is an issue with all age groups and it ties up valuable resources, preventing emergency first responders from dealing with real emergencies.”
Because of the boy’s age, the police could not fine him.
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