T-Mobile and Samsung have been added to the lawsuit filed by the family of a woman killed while on the phone with 911, according to FOX DFW. Deanna Cook called 911 during an attack by her ex-husband, but the location detection used by the dispatcher took longer because Cook was calling from a cell phone, which her family believes contributed to her death. When the dispatcher was able to find Cook’s location, police went to the address, but left soon after. Cook’s body was found two days later; her family is also suing the city of Dallas for the delayed handling of her case.
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