3. The change says it is closed if they move too far away.
While I do like the idea of this, I feel the call should only be closed once the person who made the call is treated at MD.
So for example: I get injured, I call MD but no MD respond. My friend picks me up and takes me to hospital. Once my friend does /dropbody, it ends the call saying the patient got medical treatment. This allows it to be more realistic, because then the hospital could let dispatch know that the person who made a 911 call got to a hospital and is currently getting medical treatment, no need to continue dispatching of an EMT to the scene.
I feel like its helpful having this new feature, although it may be a bit less realistic that dispatch suddenly knows when the person is away from the scene, its helpful that the call gets taken off when the patient gets taken away because then it prevents MD arriving to a scene where help is no longer needed and can go to a call that is still active instead, especially when theres not many units on, it was frustrating going to call after call but no one being on scene because they'd already been taken... And then the calls who actually had people on them would die or then be taken away and the cycle repeats.
It would be handy for the ability to cancel a call yourself but for the time being, I feel like this is better than the last system that was in place.