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When Mildred overdoses, the emergency workers say, "We get these cases nine or ten a night."
What does this statement reveal about the culture of Montag's world?
Emergency workers are overworked because there aren't enough doctors.
The sleeping pills are manufactured in doses that are way too high.
Happiness is not prevalent in Montag's world and people who OD like Mildred are not unique.
Emergency workers are happy that their job is so action-packed and eventful.
The statement suggests that though therapy is mandatory in Montag's world, the mental health workers are not very well trained. Psychologists have become a scam profession.