Man On Half-Hour 911 Call In Colo. Pit-Bull Case

The husband of a Colorado woman who died in a pit-bull attack was on the phone with 911 operators for more than 30 minutes while a dispatcher tried to assess the seriousness of his call, the Rocky Mountain News reports. Elbert County, Co., Undersheriff Jim Underwood said the dispatcher might not have accurately interpreted the
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