JUNEAU, Wis. (AP) -- A 9-1-1 dispatcher in Dodge County was stunned for a moment when a caller told her she needed a nanny.
The sheriff's department dispatcher asked the woman to say again what she wanted ... and the caller, sounding a little exasperated, said she was calling 9-1-1 because she needed a baby sitter.
The dispatcher then explained that her office doesn't handle that kind of emergency.
The caller thanked the dispatcher before hanging up.
Sheriff Todd Nehls (NAYLZ) noted that there's a reality television show on the Fox network called "Nanny 9-1-1" ... but the real 9-1-1 line is NOT a place to call for help with kids.
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