fortunately, the day was not much going on in Lafayette in the US state of Indiana. So Antonia Bundy, a telephone operator in the Police control centre could take time for the boy. He had chosen the emergency number 911, because he can handle with his math homework.
The Boy had asked: “How much is four plus three times four?”, how to listen to a recording of the emergency call. Then you hear the Bundy explained the task to him.
“I was always good at math in secondary school,” said Bundy, the American channel CBS. You’ve helped the young are fond of, assured the operator.
Our dispatcher never know what the next call might be.They train for many emergency situations, homework help is not one they plan for. We don’t recommend 911 for homework help but this dispatcher helped a young boy out and brightened his day.@PoliceOne @apbweb @wlfi @WTHRcom pic.twitter.com/w3qCYfJP7O
— lafayettein police (@LafayetteINPD) 25. January 2019
“We do not recommend 911 for help with homework, but this operator has helped a little boy and his day cheered up,” tweeted the police after the incident.