"Normalize calling the police on intoxicated people trying to drive," one TikTok user commented on the video.
"Seeing my baby being so smart and intelligent... knowing what to do when something is going on with her mom, it really touches my heart," the mother said.
"She said I did a good job, because all of her ribs were broken but in the same place," the life-saver said.
"I filed a police report and will be pressing charges. The Karen had also called the police and conveniently left out the fact her son assaulted me," the caption of the employee's video read.
"They be calling 911 like it's customer service," one user commented.
The LAPD received about 140,000 calls related to the homeless per year. The new program will allow officers to respond to more crime-related calls.
"I want people to know what my son did and how important it is to [teach] kids what to do if anything happens in an emergency," said the toddler's mom.
Michael and David may have taken their relationship to the next level in the latest episode of "9-1-1," but it seems like they have said goodbye to the show.
City council members who voted to cut the police budget have accused officers of becoming non-responsive to calls from their districts to punish them.
Mohamed Noor was convicted of murder for the 2017 shooting of Justine Ruszczyk Damond. The conviction was overturned in September.
'9-1-1' Season 5's latest episode ended with Jennifer Love Hewitt's Maddie disappearing after dropping her baby off—but is she gone for good on the Fox show?
"He said that his girlfriend loved him and he had to go out to California to see her, and he was asking me how to get to California," Dennis Davis said.
Gyllenhaal stars as a 911 call operator who, over the course of one morning, deals with a perilous but suspicious case in the new Netflix movie "The Guilty."
An unidentified male caller in Moab, Utah, is heard telling a dispatcher that "the gentleman was slapping the girl."
"9-1-1" is returning to Fox this September with a dramatic Season 5 premiere that sees a hacker shut off power across Los Angeles. Here's what we know about that episode and the rest of the season.
Police have yet to locate Precious Stephens, the 25-year-old suspect wanted on one count of malfeasance in office.
The stress on healthcare systems across the nation is creating record-long wait times for ambulances and ER beds.
Citizen Protect is available for $19.99 a month, and is billed as a "new, on-demand, personalized mobile protection service."
The internet outages were caused by a "disruption" in content distribution company Akamai's DNS system, which many major sites use.
At least 97 people have been confirmed dead since the Champlain Towers building collapse, as officials are still attempting to find victims.
A viral forum on Reddit has struck a chord among the emergency responder community, which said misuse of the 911 phone number has grown rampant in recent years.
"9-1-1: Lone Star" has been confirmed to be returning to Fox–but fans should expect a long wait before they get to see the start of Season 3.
New law will prevent racially motivated calls to the emergency services, victims will soon be able to sue the perpetrators
The woman is shut down by 911 operator in a viral video, after being asked by a Bone-N-Scones employee to wear a face covering.
With a fictional "912" emergency line, Adam Mansbach and A'Darius Bell hilariously respond to people who are too quick to call the police in everyday situations.
The show features many behind-the-scenes moments in emergency call centers around the country.