On January 22, 2018, the police in Camden County, New Jersey, received a phone call. A worried mother was on the other end of the line, and she was in real need of help. After 911 dispatcher Tondaleya Bagby found out about the woman’s situation, though, she went miles beyond what was expected of her to provide assistance.
And during the call, it soon became apparent to dispatch supervisor Bagby that the woman in question was desperate and starving. The mom also had no service on her phone; as a result, the only option left to her was to dial emergency services.