Upgrades to reduce scanner traffiic




GREENFIELD — Medical information given to ambulance crews over a radio scanner will soon be a thing of the past, with technology upgrades for two fire departments.

That means people who listen to police, fire and ambulance runs over scanners will be hearing less information coming over the air.

Greenfield and Sugar Creek officials say reducing scanner traffic will help protect patient privacy, and additional upgrades will help the departments find where they’re going and file reports remotely.

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