Pine, Marshall and Bradford Woods are joining a growing list of communities with so-called "Reverse 911" systems. Residents there will receive an automated phone call notifying them of potential emergencies like chemical spills or natural disasters. A regionwide task force plans to use the same type of technology to mobilize emergency workers in the event of a terrorist attack. DUQ's Katherine Fink has more.
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This story originally aired on WDUQ April 17, 2003.