Right. They would let him of the line eventually. But, they are going to need to talk to him for a least a min or two to get info. I called 911 one night well bartending about a guy who was out back with a gun. This 911 dispatcher tried to keep me on the phone the whole time until police arrived. But I of course got of the phone after about two min describing what the man looked like and where he was and what he was doing. I personally wanted off the phone because if he were to come in there was no where for me to go. I would of been standing right there on the phone with a cord. I was like um really man I am going by the front door now...I don't want to be shot if he decided to come in. Guess that is part of what I am basing this off of. I still had to tell them some what of what was going on, what the man looked liked, and what the problem was.