KEYSER, W.Va. — Mineral County 911 dispatchers will be recognized as “first responders” after the Mineral County Commission approved a resolution presented by Luke McKenzie, director of the county’s Office of Emergency Services.
“When people think of first responders, they typically think of firefighters, EMS or police officers,” McKenzie said.
McKenzie said dispatchers are the first people…
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