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NEW YORK (PIX11) – The City Council has passed an emergency response bill in honor of a little girl who was killed by an SUV driven by an unlicensed teen driver.

Four-year-old Ariel Russo was walking to school with her grandmother, when Franklin Reyes.

There was a four-minute delay in dispatching an ambulance.

This bill tightens up how emergency response times are reported.

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