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Test set for emergency message system
Thursday, November 21, 2013 7:54 AM
The Huntington County Emergency Management Agency (EMA) and Public Safety Dispatch will conduct a test of the CodeRED Notification System on Saturday, Nov. 23, at 9 a.m.
CodeRED Emergency Notification System is an ultra-high-speed telephone communication service for emergency notifications. CodeRED will allow up to 50,000 individuals to be contacted per hour in the event of an emergency situation.
Examples of emergency notifications include a boil water notice, missing child or evacuation notice.
CodeRED will make up to three attempts to deliver the emergency message to a live person or answering machine.
To enroll your phone number visit huntington. in.us and follow the link for Emergency Management Agency, then follow the link for CodeRED enrollment.
Information on the test will also be provided on the EMA's Facebook and Twitter pages.
For more information, the EMA office may be reached at 358-4870.