[image=https://photos1.similarworlds.com/00/00/00/00/01/73/48/05/TurtlePink-U8WJLrph36MdRwl.jpg] let's make her famous for being the sorriest human being in Arkansas right now. As Debra Stevens was swept away in flood waters in Fort Smith last week, this dispatcher did nothing but patronize and belittle her, as she slowly drowned. Debra begged for her life and for this dispatcher to help her.
Debra (woman who drowned): "Will you pray with me?"
Donna (dispatch): "No, you can pray and I'll listen.."
Debra: "Can I call my mom please so I can tell her I love her?"
Dispatch: "No, you need to stay on the phone with me."
Debra: "I'm so sorry ma'am I'm so scared!!"😢😢
Dispatch: "Well you're the one who drove thru the water.."
Debra: "when are they coming to help me?"
Dispatch: "Whenever they get there."
Debra "Ma,am, I think I'm going to puke,"
Dispatch: "well, go ahead and puke, you're in the water."
In the 911 recording that was released, you can hear Debra screaming at the end as she drowned..Did this dispatcher never think to telI her to unbuckle her seat belt or try to open the door and get out as the water was up to her neck? I pray this dispatcher has fallen to her knees and asked God for forgiveness for her actions. EVERYONE SHARE THIS!
NEW INFORMATION: In 2013, a "Vehicle in Floodwater" protocol was put in place by The Emergency Dispatchers Association. This puts responsibility on the dispatcher to have the caller follow 4 action points; Seatbelts OFF, Windows OPEN, Children RELEASED, and OUT of the car immediately. This dispatcher did none of these things and she very well could be held criminally liable in this case..