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On June 10th WWE wrestler Dusty Rhodes’ wife called 9-1-1 when he fell in their Florida home. The call was transferred to a fire dispatcher, who appears to attempt to follow EMD protocols with the caller. In the about one minute long call you can audibly hear the dispatcher become frustrated and at one point sighs into the phone. The call was released to the media who have labeled the dispatcher as “annoyed” on the call.

Hear the audio at TMZ.

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