New 9-1-1 system up and running

"Every second counts in an emergency."
Scott Seitz2
Dec 23, 2013

The new 9-1-1 system is up and running in Huron County.

Jason Roblin, county emergency management agency director, said the system went live last week.

The system, which cost more than $400,000 and was funded by the 9-1-1 technical advisory committee, features a state-of-the-art computer-aided dispatch (CAD) and records management system. The system improves response time.

"Every second counts in an emergency," Roblin said.

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hit the road jack

Your welcome non cell phone owners! thats ok we'll pick up the slack again.