Fla. Counties Deploying Real-Time Emergency Communications Technology

Hikers found Angela Hernandez alive on the shore 7 days after plummeting 200 feet from a cliff.
TCAD paramedics responded to Table Rock Lake for a capsized watercraft that left 17 dead.
Rescue crews are still searching for victims after heavy gusts of wind caused a duck boat to flip over.
County Ambulance agreed to the settlement after submitting false claims to Medicare to pay an employee's salary and benefits.
Jamison Peevyhouse, ENP, the new president of NENA, urges emergency dispatch personnel to commit to the mission of improving the 9-1-1 community.
Tupelo Fire Department will use the grant to install advanced source capture exhaust systems to mitigate the adverse effects of diesel exhaust fumes.
A man and woman stole the truck while fire crews were battling a 12-acre fire in Sacramento.
Demetrius Nathaniel Pitts planned on sending remote-controlled toy cars to set off bombs in Cleveland during holiday celebrations.
Authorities report that the County Fire is burning through an average of 1,000 acres per hour.
From locating active shooters inside buildings to rescuing stranded hikers, agencies are taking full advantage of the operational benefits offered by drones.
One vehicle manufacturer's driver's assistance program includes an emergency services feature that has its own national medical director.
The NYPD’s Emergency Service Unit is prepared for just about anything.
Loved ones need answers after MCIs, and we’re often positioned to help provide them.
A broader offering means there is a high-output LED light bar for virtually every vehicle, every application and every budget.
As many as 2,500 northern California residents have fled their homes to escape the 0% contained Pawnee Fire.