Dying Woman Is Told That ‘Everyone Dies’ When She Calls Emergency Line for Help

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When someone calls an emergency line, it means that they are in need of dire help. Naomi Musenga did this when her body felt like it was shutting down on her. Instead of getting the help she needed, she was met with a rude and snotty operator who simply didn’t believe her. Even to this day, the operator believes she did nothing wrong… Even though she was a catalyst that changed everything for the Musenga family.

Random Stomach Cramps

22-year-old Naomi Musenga was home alone when she began to experience stomach cramps a few days before New Year’s Eve in 2017. The healthy young French woman had no prior medical issues, so this was very out of the ordinary.

It Was Unbearable…

Quickly, the pain grew. It got so intense that she was doubled over in pain. She could barely breathe and couldn’t talk. She needed help…

She Needs Help, But Will She Get It?

Naomi was completely alone. No one was home for her to tell about the pain or to take her to the hospital. She made her way to the phone in hopes of calling an ambulance, but Naomi was not expecting such a life-changing response on the other end…

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