>>>SEVENTEEN MINUTES LATER |
>>Seventeen minutes? She must have enjoyed taking her time.
>Keep in mind, that includes ambulance response time (some from
>reasonably distant stations), loading up, etc.
Speaking from my experience as a 911 dispatcher, I can tell you it usually takes around 4 minutes on average for an ambulance to respond to a call and leave the station, and depending on how far apart the ambulances are stationed then response time can vary greatly. Then it can take a while to assess and load the patients in the ambulance.
The fight probably took less than a minute....
Michael C. Fortner
"Maxim 37: There is no such thing as "overkill".
There is only "open fire" and "I need to reload".