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The 911 operator who answered a Cincinnati teen’s call before he was crushed to death by a minivan seat Tuesday complained on social media days before the tragedy about having to work overtime.
Amber Smith groused about her job on her personal Facebook page a few times, the most recent being last Friday, the Cincinnati Enquirer reported Thursday.
The article goes on to state the following:
In May 2017, Smith wrote a post “venting” about how working overtime makes her and her co-workers “hate our job.”
“I’m always at work and working overtime…all it does [is] make us hate our job and hate the people that are off for months…Just feel like venting. That’s all. Nothing will change,” she wrote.
The 911 operator has now been placed on administrative leave.
Kyle Plush, 16, had called 911 at least two times Tuesday afternoon, while he was trapped and slowly being crushed to death in a 2004 Honda Odyssey minivan, after the the third-row seat flipped and trapped him while he was trying to retrieve his tennis equipment.
In the second 911 call, Plush gave his exact location, but the dispatcher failed to relay that information to police.
His father found him dead in the van hours later.
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