I've always made it a habit to include my location as one of the first bits of information passed in an emergency communication. I've done this for decades as a Ham operator, and similar procedures were taught in the military.
I've made only two 911 calls via cell, and one was with an E911-capable phone. But I'm sure it's because I provided my exact location for both calls that emergency services arrived in less than two minutes.
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