Woman questions 911 dispatcher training, saying they told her to wake intruder sleeping in her Winnipeg home
Angela Chalmers waited 20 minutes for police to arrive, barricaded herself in her room
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A Winnipeg woman says she’s been left shaken after waking up to find a stranger in her home and waiting 20 minutes for police to arrive.
She’s now questioning that response time, and also why a 911 dispatcher suggested she could confront the intruder herself.
Angela Chalmers woke up to the sound of her dog Loki growling and barking at the top of her stairs shortly before 7 a.m. on June 18.
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