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Saturday, December 17, 2011

MVA In Austin Boro

12/17/20113:22 AMMOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT 231 COSTELLO AVE AUSTIN BORO

12/17/20113:22 AMMOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT 4472 ROUTE 872 KEATING TWP
Reported one vehicle MVA on Rt. 872 near the Fish Hatchery. Possibly one injury.

12 comments :

concerned said...

You would think with all the technolgy in this county that our 911 system wouldn't be such a joke 872 in keating township is where the fish hatchery is not on costello ave. Maybe the address of the "scene" could be used a little more instead of the address of where the call came from jeeeez

Anonymous said...

It never seems to amaze me that everyday somebody complaines or gripes about something... to me iam more concerned that everyone involved will be ok... I guess if you are living miserable or unhappy you will have nothing but negative things to say... cheer up and stop belly-aching....

Anonymous said...

12:48 every second counts!That is why the first poster makes a very good point. Our 911 system has been a huge cost to the taxpayers. Yet millions of dollars later no one has or gets up to date info. Road names,addreses,ect!

Anonymous said...

This is FUNNY! Seems that while writing 12:48 is decribing themself.

Anonymous said...

The 911 system isn't the problem it is the person calling it in. That is the problem. The 911 operator knows what the caller tells them. If you think you can do a better job than apply.

Anonymous said...

Merry Christmas!

Solomon's words for the wise said...

Many times, in the excitement of an incident, facts don't always get communicated properly to a 911 operator, resulting in incorrect facts being conveyed.

As one who has spent a lifetime listening to these dispatchers, they do a fantastic job at our area 911 centers, often in the midst of multiple incidents that would flabbergast most people.

I find them to be most professional and proficient in their profession.

Thanks and Merry Christmas to all our dedicated 911 dispatchers, our police, fire and EMS people who are there for us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

Jim & Cynthia

Anonymous said...

The address was probably changed in the system, but the original address that the caller gave is listed because that is when it was published to web cad, and the original location of the caller...maybe it just shouldnt be published anymore so people who dont know what they are talking about can't chime in.

Anonymous said...

A few times our local responders have been on a wild goose chase because On-Star as told them there is a need only to learn later it was for another state.

Just having my say!!! said...

OMG! What Thin Skin some of you have. Oh and by the way, it was closer to the Odin Road, than the Fish Hatchery.
Now lets not get carried away with this News. The best thing was the Fireman got there right away to help who ever was involved in this mishap.
To all who responded, a great job and keep up the good work and to who ever called it in; You did a nice job also.
To all others, encluding myself, have fun, but keep it clean.

john conerby said...

who was it? how are they? or dont none of you care?

Anonymous said...

My only complaint, and I really don't want to complain, is that a couple dispatchers talk so darn fast in their directions that you cannot understand what they say.Slow down & speak clearly, please.