Family attacked by hostile cat

An Oregon man was forced to barricade himself in his bedroom and call 911 after the family cat attacked his baby then turned on him.

"[The cat] trying to attack us — he's very hostile. He's at our door; he's charging us," Lee Palmer told the 911 dispatcher. "When I leave this room to let the police in, I'm going to have to fight this cat."

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Pima County 911 call

A Tucson, Arizona man wants action taken against a Pima County 911 dispatcher who laughed when he told her his car and girlfriend were on fire.

Lalo Delgado's car caught on fire during a freak accident on the way to Chiva Falls, Breitbart.com reports.

Delgado told KGUN9-TV he was "shocked" when he called 911 to report the fire, and the dispatcher giggled.

"Her initial reaction was laugh and giggle in the background," said Delgado. "It was very disturbing."

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Usher son nearly drowns

TMZ has obtained a copy of the 911 call placed by Usher's frantic aunt Rena Oden after Usher's 5-year-old son nearly drowned in a swimming pool at a private residence on Howell Mill Road in suburban Fulton County on Monday, Aug. 5.

Usher Raymond V, aka Cinco, was pulled from the pool unconscious after his hand became stuck in a pool drain when he dived in to retrieve a toy. His aunt and a maid tried unsuccessfully to free the boy. Two men working inside the house heard the women's screams and dived into the pool. The men were able to rescue the child.

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