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FORT CARSON, Colo. — From left: Teronda Taylor and Sandra Edwards, both 911 dispatchers at Fort Gordon, Georgia, receive a call regarding a Soldier who was possibly suicidal Jan. 30, 2021. Working together, they were able to direct officials to the individual and help him receive medical treatment. (Courtesy photo)

FORT CARSON, Colo. — From left: Teronda Taylor and Sandra Edwards, both 911 dispatchers at Fort Gordon, Georgia, receive a call regarding a Soldier who was possibly suicidal Jan. 30, 2021. Working together, they were able to direct officials to the individual and help him receive medical treatment. (Courtesy photo)

 

FORT CARSON, Colo. — “911, what’s your emergency?” asked the calm voice answering the call.

The question is the same, but for Army emergency dispatchers every call is different — a house could be on fire, a crime is being committed, someone may be injured, or a serious car accident has happened…

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