PRIMETIME: Crime - Series Two, Part 5 - Botched 911 Calls Blamed in a Woman's Death: 7/23/08
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(Sep 20, 2010)
Would Denise Lee, a devoted young mother and wife, be alive today if not for human error at the 911 switchboard after she was abducted by a stranger? And why did a man fail to act when the alleged kidnapper showed up at his house asking for a gas can and a shovel, with the victim still alive, tied up, in his car? Denise even called 911 herself from her alleged abductor's cell phone, but police were unable to locate her. Jim Avila reports on an unthinkable crime and the mistakes made that may have cost a woman her life.
This hour follows a series of events and calls for help to 911 that occurred to try and save Denise. One woman encountered the alleged kidnapper on the road with Denise tied up in the back of his car. She immediately called 911 and even stayed on the phone to follow him but, because of human error, her call was never passed on to the local police. This report includes witnesses who have never spoken before publicly, video never seen and 911 tapes never heard that take viewers through what happened and what went so wrong.
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