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From City News Service, on the Daily Breeze website:

The Los Angeles Fire Department on Monday urged people not to call 911 to ask about proposals by some communities to impose a surcharge for 911 emergency medical service calls.

"Do not call 911 to inquire about it," said Lauren deRosier of the Los Angeles Fire Department.

The LAFDTalk Twitter feed adds, wryly, "Need we say more?"


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