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Pa. 911 system passes 30-day test


By Ted Czech
The Hanover Evening Sun

The new 911 communications system, which carries the county's police agencies, passed a 30-day test period Saturday, paving the way for fire and EMS to cut-over. It was the second test period for the system, which came within four days of passing its first 30-day test that started in mid-April and was to end in mid-May.

Steve Frackleton, a spokesman for Harris Corp. - the Melbourne, Fla.-based company that bought previous installer Tyco - called the completion a success.

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