Text-to-911 coming to Phoenix — but what about the rest of Arizona?
CLOSE A bill in the Arizona Legislature would ensure that disabled residents get the information they need during emergencies.
Terri Guy's blood-sugar level was dangerously high, and she needed help — quickly.
The Tempe resident called 911 to report her emergency and could tell the dispatcher was asking her follow-up questions. But with a significant hearing impairment, Guy couldn't understand the person well enough to answer.
"When you're in the midst of a medical emergency, it is difficult to put things into words or even to begin to accurately tell another person what is actually... read more
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