Following the death of his wife Laura Levis from an asthma attack right outside a hospital emergency room, journalist Peter DeMarco has written and advocated publicly about his loss in an attempt to prevent future tragedies. A new piece from him in The Boston Globe details the continued problems with the state’s 911 system, which does not always accurately locate a caller.

In for Jim Braude, Adam Reilly was joined by Peter DeMarco to learn more about what’s wrong with the system and what fixes are needed.