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Rhode Island’s Emergency 911 System - Share Your Story

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Rhode Island 911 telecommunicators rarely instruct callers in CPR, doctors and EMS officials say. Better training could save hundreds more cardiac arrest victims per year, experts say. Read the full story here.

The Public’s Radio and the ProPublica Local Reporting Network are spending the year examining Rhode Island’s 911 emergency system. If you've called 911 or been the subject of a 911 call, we’d like to hear from you. You can fill out the questionnaire below, or share your story by calling us at (401) 213-9187 or emailing us at RhodeIsland911@propublica.org.



Barbara, who tried to rescue her grandson at her living room window.
Barbara, who tried to rescue her grandson at her living room window.