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Alameda County Plans Changes to 911 Call Priorities

News investigation reveals flaws in emergency response system

Thursday, August 29, 2013


ALAMEDA COUNTY, California (NBC Bay Area) - Alameda County is changing the way dispatchers prioritize 911 calls after the NBC Bay Area Investigative Unit discovered a potentially dangerous flaw in the current emergency medical response system.

Tags: News, News Video, dispatchers, call priority, Alameda County, 911


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