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Dodge County's new 911 simulator helps kids in an emergency


FREMONT, Neb. (AP) — While 9-1-1 might be the most recognizable phone number in the United States, when the time actually comes to dial the three digit number, many people find themselves ill-prepared for obvious reasons.

"When people find themselves in a situation where they have to call 911 it's usually a pretty stressful situation," Shelly Holzerland, director of the city and county's Public Service Answering Point 911 dispatch center, said. "There is something going on out of the ordinary or that is frightening and it's hard to know even what you are supposed to do — a lot of times...

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