Dispatchers at work at Harford County government’s dispatch emergency call center in Forest Hill, Maryland.
Dispatchers at work at Harford County government’s dispatch emergency call center in Forest Hill, Maryland. KARL MERTON FERRON Tribune News Service
Dispatchers at work at Harford County government’s dispatch emergency call center in Forest Hill, Maryland. KARL MERTON FERRON Tribune News Service

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February 14, 2016 04:01 PM

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