New Technology Could Reduce First Responder Risk
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) -- Scientists at MIT have developed mapping technology that can help first responders create a more accurate image of a disaster scenes. They say the computer generated maps could save lives by highlighting potential dangers to emergency workers.
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