OneVoice TG 100600 Unk Ambulance provider

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cdgordon
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Re: OneVoice TG 100600 Unk Ambulance provider

#26 Post by cdgordon » 18 Sep 2018 20:48

I confirmed the unknown user on OneVoice TG 1006000 as National Ambulance. I heard a call this evening for the FD and they said the ALS would be National. The TG on OneVoice came to life a minute later quite nicely.

chris

edit: I didn't realize it had already been confirmed according to the WIKI.

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Re: OneVoice TG 100600 Unk Ambulance provider

#27 Post by garys » 18 Sep 2018 21:41

Chris, this is a perfect confirmation. What town was it?

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cdgordon wrote:
18 Sep 2018 20:48
I confirmed the unknown user on OneVoice TG 1006000 as National Ambulance. I heard a call this evening for the FD and they said the ALS would be National. The TG on OneVoice came to life a minute later quite nicely.

chris

edit: I didn't realize it had already been confirmed according to the WIKI.
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Re: OneVoice TG 100600 Unk Ambulance provider

#28 Post by cdgordon » 19 Sep 2018 07:16

Chicopee. When they go to Springfield, much of the time the PD (encrypted) is the only other responder there. Chicopee FD/EMS channel is busy enough that I often lock it out and miss the original call and who is going ALS. They use several ALS providers between primary and backups.

chris

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