911 Dispatcher Allegedly Hung Up On Tops Worker During Buffalo Massacre



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More disturbing details are coming out of Buffalo surrounding the heinous mass murder at the hand of a white domestic terrorist.

In an interview with local affiliate WGRZ, an eyewitness who was in Tops Market when the shooting began explains what happened when she called 911.

In New York State, 911 calls are not publically released without a court order.

Erie County, which runs the 911 communications center through Central Police Services, released this statement about the incident:

"Immediate action was taken and the individual who took that call is now on administrative leave pending a disciplinary hearing, which should happen within a couple of weeks."

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