Automatic Fire Aid Plan: USDD’s Clients Dispatch Fire Units from Two CitiesDecember 12, 2014 in News & Updates
An Automatic Fire Aid Plan is the subject of a November 25th news broadcast and article on WTKR.com, in which Todd Corillo discusses how three cities — Norfolk, Virginia Beach and Chesapeake — are coming together to improve fire safety.
About the Automatic Fire Aid Plan
An Automatic Fire Aid Plan would mean fire units from two cities would both be initially dispatched to a fire call within the zone.
It would be in addition to the normal city’s response and it could provide firefighters with critical minutes during a fire.
“They mean everything. Fire activity can grow exponentially every few seconds, so the faster we can get on scene, the more potential we have to save lives and save property,” Captain Scott Saunders with the Chesapeake Fire Department told NewsChannel 3’s Todd Corillo Tuesday.
Read the full article about USDD’s clients.
Watch the news broadcast and view the Phoenix G2 Communications Dashboard at :22: