If you call 911 from a cell phone, there's a chance help may not be able to find you.
Hamilton County's Executive Director for Emergency Communications John Stuermer says less than half of calls made from a cell phone actually give your location.
"People should be concerned and we in the industry are very frustrated," Stuermer said.
When you call 911 from a landline it will show your exact address and phone number.
When cell phones became popular in the 1990's Stuermer says it made finding people difficult.