D.C. area emergency network could be model for U.S.

Monday, 2 September 2002, 12:34 PM EST

The wireless public safety data network being built in the Washington area is being viewed as a pilot project that could be used across the nation to help emergency officials easily share critical data in times of disasters.
Under the program, officials from a wide range of agencies - from police, fire and transportation departments to government offices - will be able to share data wirelessly when responding to fires, terrorist attacks, natural disasters and even weather emergencies.

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