City launches Smart911 system in response to teen's death
CINCINNATI – Cincinnati has introduced a brand new 911 machine following the failed reaction to a 16-year-old scholar who died trapped in a minivan parked close to his faculty.
The brand new Good911 machine introduced Thursday will permit citizens to sign up numerous knowledge with the town’s 911 middle, together with emergency contacts, clinical knowledge and automotive knowledge.
Town officers say the machine is protected and it really works with cell phones and landlines.
The improve comes 3 months after Kyle Plush died of asphyxiation inside of his 2004 Honda Odyssey, regardless of calling 911 more than one occasions for assist.
The teenager’s mom is encouraging folks to join Good911, pronouncing the machine “may’ve helped save Kyle’s existence.”
An investigation into the teenager’s dying is ongoing.