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Updated: 06/23/2014 04:16:15PM

Lee urges 911 advances

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Nathan Lee waits as a camera crew sets up his interview from a Washington, D.C., hotel for "Good Morning America." The show aired on Monday morning.

Denise Amber Lee

Denise Amber Lee

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Englewood resident Nathan Lee is pictured with his sons, Adam and Noah, on "Good Morning America" on Monday. He spoke about improving technology for GPS navigation on cellphone tracing to help 911 operators and police locate vicitms.

By ELAINE ALLEN-EMRICH

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When Denise Amber Lee was kidnapped from her North Port home in 2008, the last person she cried out to who could help save her was a 911 operator. Tied to a headboard inside of Michael King’s green Camaro, Denise gave her name and address to the call-taker.

For six minutes, the 21-year-old mother of two desperately pleaded with King to take her home. He drove for a while through North Port before realizing Denise had his prepaid cellphone open. He threatened Denise as the 911 operator listened.

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