States May Require Systems To Locate 911 Callers

Print More,1,2079594.story?coll=chi-business-hed Sophisticated technology that makes it easier to call someone can, paradoxically, make it harder for police, fire and paramedic personnel to find them when responding to 911 calls, the Chicago Tribune points out. Calls for help now are just as likely to come from cell phones or from museums, schools, and office buildings where
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