A dispatcher hangs up after teen shot

A dispatch worker has been removed and placed on administrative assignment after he hung up on a 911 caller frantically trying to get paramedics to the scene where 17-year-old Jaydon Chavez-Silver was shot and killed. 
 
Albuquerque Fire Department dispatch worker Matthew Sanchez is accused of hanging up on the caller after she became agitated. 
 
Sanchez hung up on the unidentified woman after she cursed on the phone while talking to him.
 
She expressed Chavez-Silver was barely breathing and became agitated when Sanchez asked, "Is he breathing?"
 
The caller then said, "He's barely breathing. How many times do I have to f—ing tell you?" Sanchez replied, "Ok, do you know what ma'am? You can deal with yourself. I'm not going to deal with this, ok."
 
She said, "No, he's going to die."
 
The call ends at that point.