Improved radio communication must occur as soon as possible

  It is a scary story to hear.

Police officers and firefighters talk about the inability at times to communicate with each other or with central dispatch.

Over the course of the past year, the major complaint has come from those first responders in northern Bullitt County.

It seems that if officers or firefighters are inside buildings, such as schools, radio transmission with the outside world is spotty, at best.

This is disturbing.

More importantly, it could be fatal.


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