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The most important thing in these situations is to remain calm and clear to the dispatcher so he or she can send you the help you need.
Most cellular telephones made after 2006 have GPS locating technology built into them.
Professionally trained dispatchers from Hamilton County answer all 911 calls whether it is a wired or cellular telephone.
Should the call require contact with another agency, we will transfer your call to the proper agency.
If Hamilton County’s four southernmost cities are crown jewels, then its four northernmost towns are hidden gems.
Even with big city neighbors, Arcadia, Atlanta, Cicero and Sheridan have held tight to small town charm.
136TH STREET & CYNTHEANNE ROAD The new roundabout is open to traffic.
This area is still a construction zone with a 30 mph speed limit.
For more on that, see the listing below of road construction projects, as provided by the City of Fishers, for Labor Day week: ================ ALLISONVILLE ROAD There will be lane restrictions in the northbound curb lane of Allisonville Road beginning Tuesday, September 3. All lanes of 126th Street at Parkside Drive are open to traffic along with the new access to Reynolds Drive.STATE ROAD 37 In June, Mayor Fadness launched the new marketing campaign to support the State Road 37 Improvement Project. While this list encompasses numerous project updates, it does not list all DPW projects throughout the city.37 Thrives with its tagline, Support the Drive, will keep the community informed, updated and connected to local businesses along the corridor. The most recent projects are detailed, however please keep in mind that all construction activities are weather permitting.Sometimes, usually due to heavy volume or extreme weather, calls will be prioritized based on the following criteria: "in progress" threat of injury or to life; "in progress" threat to property; threats to life or property that have not occurred; incidents that have occurred but there are no suspects in the area; and other incidents.Yes, Indiana Law (IC 16-31-3.5-3) requires all Emergency Medical Dispatchers to be certified.