Dunwoody could see EMS changes after those super slow 911 calls

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Last summer the city realized it was taking 30 minutes to get an ambulance. The same time it takes to roll out a pizza, cook it, and deliver it. Now it sounds like things could improve with the goalposts set to 15 minutes for non-emergencies and 9 minutes for emergencies. Full read here.

Dunwoody residents had this to say…

“If you live in the Village Mill neighborhood, l can defibrillate you anytime before 11pm.”

“Do UberEats drivers carry life-saving equipment in their cars?”

“Until we hit that 9 minute mark, I guess I’ll just have to manage my buzz more effectively.”