Officials plan to enable video and photo messaging from citizens to 911 dispatchers by late 2018.
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The formal announcement was made Wednesday morning at the parks’ Events Center.
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Ikea officials gave WISH-TV crews a personal tour of the 289,000 square foot facility.
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