‘I would have been dead’: 911 operator on East Coast Ambulance 911 Operator Says She Would Have Been Dead

A 911 call placed to an East Coast ambulance on Thursday evening said a woman was pronounced dead after a man in his 30s drove his car into the vehicle, then drove off in the vehicle.

The 911 operator who answered the call said the woman was a “nervous wreck” and was breathing heavily.

“She had no pulse, she was breathing hard, she had no consciousness,” the operator said on the recording.

“She was deceased.”

The operator said paramedics were called to a residence on Westlake Avenue in Westlake, a residential neighborhood, just after 8:30 p.m.

The caller told dispatch that a man had hit a woman and then fled the scene.

The caller said the man’s car hit another vehicle and fled on foot.

The operator reported the man was seen on surveillance video exiting the vehicle before driving off.

The operator said she was unsure if the man had a firearm.

The call came a day after another 911 call on the same 911 line was recorded by the same operator and a different caller.

In both cases, the operator described a woman as “nauseous” and said she could not be saved.

The woman was taken to an area hospital, where she later died.

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