CHAGRIN FALLS, Ohio — If you love exciting television and Northeast Ohio news, listen up!
On Tuesday, the Chagrin Valley Dispatchers account on Facebook, representing the city's police and fire operators, announced that they will be featured on an upcoming series on Oxygen following 911 operators who help desperate citizens in times of peril.
"The time has come to officially let the cat out of the bag," Chagrin Valley Dispatchers wrote in a post on Facebook Tuesday afternoon. "We are so excited to share with you the amazing job that our dispatchers do each and every day! Real dispatchers, real emotions, and real calls! Set up your DVRs because this is gonna be awesome!! You can check out the trailer here!"
"Oxygen is dropping viewers in the middle of the action at a dynamic Chagrin Valley area emergency call center in Ohio. At the center, the responders’ calm demeanor, quick thinking, and ability to draw out essential information from callers in the midst of extreme situations is often the difference between life and death. From gut-wrenching to heartwarming, these very first responders hear it all over the course of a 12-hour shift," the Oxygen website says, describing the show.
The show, '911 Crisis Center' premieres on November 6 at 9 p.m. on Oxygen and will have 16 total episodes.
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