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911 supervisor played Netflix movie as caller sought help

911 supervisor played Netflix movie as caller sought help

A South Florida 911 dispatch supervisor was watching a movie on Netflix while a caller unsuccessfully tried to get help after someone shot out her car’s windshield. An internal investigation found a 34-minute delay in the June 9 call being dispatched to an officer. Investigators pulled data from supervisor Julie Vidaud’s computer and found Netflix was on while Guadalupe Herrera tried to get help.

Clara
Clara
Herbie Goes Bananas
Herbie Goes Bananas 1 year

I'd like to thank NYT for giving us important details like,... Ms. Vidaud was watching the dystopian science-fiction movie “I Am Mother,” starring Hilary Swank. It had debuted on the streaming video site two days earlier. And glossing over useless information like Epstein didn't kill himself. Way to go NYT for the kind of journalism we've come to expect.

Gradient Flow
Gradient Flow 1 year

"She is facing discipline for "failure to supervise" and is expected to receive a two-day suspension without pay but will not be fired, police said." Sounds about right.

Herbie Goes Bananas
Herbie Goes Bananas 1 year

Ms. Vidaud “did everything that [she] was supposed to do,” AFTER she "failed at that particular call.” It's okay thought because she hated that she failed at that one particular call.

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