Naomi Musenga 4.pngNaomi Musenga, died within hours of being told she would ‘surely die’ by emergency line operator who was unwilling to call ambulatory services for the ill woman

Authorities in the French city of Strasbourg have launched an investigation into the case of a woman who called emergency services after she had a heart attack was told by the operator ‘you’ll definitely die like everyone else’.
Naomi Musenga, 22, was dead just hours after calling Strasbourg’s ambulance service because she was suffering severe stomach pains.
During the three-minute phone call, Musenga can be heard speaking in a weak voice saying she was ‘going to die’ and that she was ‘very ill’ and in lots of pain.
However, the operator told her: ‘You’ll definitely die one day, like everyone else.’
Musenga was also told by the anonymous operator during the phone call on December 29: ‘If you don’t tell me what’s going on, I’ll hang up.’

Naomi Musanga 4The 22-year-old dialed France’s emergency dispatch number complaining of severe stomach pains, which turned out to be a heart attack