Pa. firefighters make switch to new 911 network


By Carl Lindquist
The York Dispatch

YORK COUNTY, Pa. — Firefighters, fire police and ambulance personnel seamlessly transitioned to the new 911 radio network Wednesday night.

The switch, which occurred at 10 p.m., means all of York County's emergency response personnel are using the new, $36 million network. It is part of an estimated $67.8 million 911 project that also includes a new 911 center in Springettsbury Township.

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