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Reaching out: Pam Towle spearheaded an effort to bring 911 education to elementary school children last year with the creation of Hancock County 911 for Kids. (Tom Russo/Daily Reporter)
GREENFIELD — A longtime dispatcher has resigned after officials called into question her handling of a 911 call that ended in the death of an Indianapolis man.
Pam Towle, who had dispatched for 13 years, was recently recommended for termination for what officials say was a failure to relay critical information to emergency responders about the location of a man who was trapped underwater.
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