D.C. To Start Broadband Network For Emergencies

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Washington, D.C., will start the nation’s first broadband data network for emergency crews. USA Today says it is an important step toward arming rescuers with the latest communication technology. The proposed high-speed wireless network would allow emergency room doctors to see live video of a patient still in an ambulance, or police helicopters to stream
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