Dunwoody could see EMS changes after those super slow 911 calls


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.”