New Information, 911 Tapes Released In Miami Beach Man’s Death

CBS Miami

MIAMI BEACH (CBS4) – Miami Beach Police Raymond Martinez says he is troubled by a dispatcher’s behavior in the moments after a woman called 911 for help on March 5th.

Records show firefighter paramedics did not reach her home on Venetian Islands until 31 minutes after her call.

Martinez told CBS4’s Peter D’Oench that the dispatcher, Damian Janee, tried to cover up a mistake that lead to a 14-minute delay in the dispatch of Fire Rescue 65-year-old Michael Lubin.

Lubin was pronounced dead three minutes after fire rescue arrived.

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As Martinez spoke, new 911 tapes were released of the call from Roseanne Lubin. The tapes showed that time was of the essence. Lubin had fallen twice in two days.

A dispatcher is heard asking: “What is the problem?”

“My husband fell yesterday,” says Roseanne Lubin. “I thought he was ok. He can’t move…

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