LOL!! Yep, you'd be in BIG trouble if you did!
I have called 911 many times in the course of my day's work, and the response time has always been really good. Sometimes they are there before I can finish doing a full assessment on the patient! I can't recall a time when I felt the response time was too slow. Mind you, I'm usually so busy tending to the patient until they get there, that I don't bother checking my watch to see how long it takes them.
There was one time I didn't call, and wound up regretting it. Some young guys were drag racing up and down our street. I couldn't get their license numbers, because it was too dark, and they were going too fast. I'd been waiting for my husband to come outside, and go for a walk.
When he did come out, I told him what was going on. He said, "Let's just forget it, and go for our walk. It sounds like they've moved on."
Well, they'd moved to the four lane highway just to the south of us. They were coming over a small hill, just as a young lady in a van was making a left turn into our subdivision. They hit her broadside, and killed her. For over 2 years, there was a wreath and candle at the site of the crash. I used to go by it nearly every day....
They have now changed the lights at the intersection so you cannot make a left turn unless oncoming traffic is stopped.
Last year, at that same intersection, a young guy pulled up beside me. He glanced across at the guy in the next car, and started revving his engine. I knew what was coming...the two of them took off like bats out of hell. I followed, and got his license number. They were dealer's plates...the cops were waiting for him when he returned the car to the dealership!