The mother of a four-year-old girl killed by a car in Manhattan attended a City Council hearing Friday on the City’s new 9-1-1 system.
The $2 billion system has been plagued with problems since its launch less than one month ago.
The system has gone down a few times — lasting from a couple of minutes to about an hour.
Many believe those problems were behind a four minute delay in getting an ambulance to little Ariel Russo.
The Bloomberg administration and FDNY blame the error on the EMS dispatcher.
The EMS union disputes that claim.