Murder Victim's Husband Fights to Improve 911 System

Nathan Lee wants the FCC to require phone companies to make 911 calls easier to track.
1:59 | 11/18/13

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A man who is making it hiss mission to repair america's 911 system. His wife was kidnapped and killed. He's leading the blitz to fix the system. Reporter: This morning, nathan lee is heading to washington on a mission. Demanding changes to the nation's 911 system. One he says failed to help save his wife's life. Her purse is here. I don't -- her cell phone is here. Reporter:2008. Lee arrived home to discover his wife, denise, missing. She's never down this before. No, no, no, no. Reporter: She had been kidnapped from her florida home. She tried saves herself by making this frantic 911 call from a car. Using her abductor's cell phone without them knowing. Help me. Help me! Reporter: The police could not lock in on the cell location in time to save her. It's unbelievable how many lives could be saved every year if the fcc would improve the cell location requirements. Reporter: When the calls are made from inside a building or car from a cell phone, kit disrupt the phone's gps tracking. That's why nathan lee is in washington today. He wants the fcc to push cell phonemakers to close the gap. We need them to make sure that those technologies are used, employed throughout the united states. Reporter: Nathan lee's mission is based on pain and loss. It breaks my heart that they're growing up without a mom. Reporter: Lee's mission is guided by the love for his wife and compassion for others. He doesn't want anyone else to go through the hell he's been through. George? We wish him luck with that. Now, the latest bizarre twist for toronto's mayor, rob

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