Emergency Communications goes remote
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Audrey Fraizer Matt Grogan did not anticipate the direction 911 would take him when he got his first job at a consolidated dispatch center in a suburb southwest of Chicago (Illinois, USA), despite the immediate sense of landing in the perfect place. His personality fit the demands. The job and the daily pace clicked. He
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Drones limited only by imagination
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