When 3-year-old Hannah’s parents—who lived in a remote, rural part of New Mexico—realized their daughter had drunk a bottle of antifreeze, they immediately called 9-1-1. Paramedics arrived 30 minutes later and rushed Hannah to Albuquerque. But as the ambulance sped through rural New Mexico, the call dropped.
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