People expect 9-1-1 centers to accept texts, but many do not

06/11/2013 | DFW.com (Fort Worth, Texas)

Survey data show many people believe 9-1-1 call centers can accept text messages for help, but most do not have that technology. NENA Vice President Christy Williams said 9-1-1 texting can be a life-saver in hostage and domestic violence situations, or during any events when it is not safe to speak.

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