50 Years Ago, How A Small Alabama Town Pioneered The First 911 Call – NPR.org

In January 1968, the FCC and AT&T announced a plan for an emergency telephone number. But the Alabama Telephone Company decided to get out ahead of the feds and set up its own system.

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