Cell phones make it easier to call for help in an emergency, but they’re not always completely accurate when used to locate callers. Dispatchers for Johnston County’s 911 system say location information is the first thing they ask for.
Cell phones make it easier to call for help in an emergency, but they’re not always completely accurate when used to locate callers. Dispatchers for Johnston County’s 911 system say location information is the first thing they ask for. Drew Jackson jdjackson@newsobserver.com
Cell phones make it easier to call for help in an emergency, but they’re not always completely accurate when used to locate callers. Dispatchers for Johnston County’s 911 system say location information is the first thing they ask for. Drew Jackson jdjackson@newsobserver.com

In 911 calls, location is key to response

December 27, 2015 06:35 AM