Cell or Internet phones can be registered to receive reverse-911 calls
By Vicky Gits
Monday, March 2, 2009 at 10:00 pm
If you are out of town and your house is threatened by a wildfire, how would you know? Until now, you probably wouldn’t.
Emergency authorities have come up with a system that allows individuals the option of registering their cell phones or VoIP Internet phone numbers so they can be notified in case their address is affected by a disaster, emergency or a SWAT call.
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