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Bodycam footage shows cops spent just three minutes searching for trapped 16-year-old while he was being crushed to death in the back seat of SUV - and dismissed his frantic 911 calls as a prank

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Dispatcher who blamed frozen computer screen and not being able to hear for failing to get details that could have saved Ohio teen, 16, from being crushed to death by the seat of his van

Dispatcher couldn't hear teen in 911 call crushed in van in Ohio is on administrative

Amber Smith, top, has been identified as the 911 call taker who is on administrative leave over her handling of a call by a teen who was crushed to death by a folding seat in his minivan in Cincinnati on Tuesday. Smith, who has previously been commended for her work, took one of Kyle Plush's (inset) fateful calls to 911 and was placed on administrative leave when an internal review found she failed to adequately assist the teen and obtain information that could have saved his life. Bottom: A graphic shows how Plush died after falling beneath the seat in a freak accident as he tried to reach his tennis equipment.

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'If you don't send help I'm gonna die soon': Heartbreaking audio is released of 16-year-old's calls to 911 as he was slowly crushed to death in his van, after telling the operator to let his mom know he loved her

911 calls of teen who was crushed to death in van

 Distressing 911 calls reveal how Kyle Push pleaded with a dispatcher to send help while he was slowly crushed under the third row bench seat of his van. The teenager was found dead Tuesday evening in Madisonville, Ohio, more than six hours after he first called police for help. The high school student first called 911 at 3.14pm, saying he was trapped in his van in the school parking lot and to send help immediately. He made his second call at 3.35pm, growing more desperate and his speech more labored. 'Help, help, help. I'm suck in my van outside the Seven Hills parking lot. Help. I need help,' Plush says. 'If you don't send help I'm gonna die soon,' Plush says, before the call cuts off. On Thursday, Cincinnati Police Chief Eliot Isaac said something went 'terribly wrong' in the police response to Plush's 911 calls. The operator who answered his second call, identified as Amber Smith, has been placed on administrative leave, for not relaying the boy's call to officers.

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