Firefighters battle a stubborn fire in a vacant house. To reduce dispatching costs, the Central Jackson County Fire Protection District wants to shift dispatch services to the Kansas City Fire Department. If Kansas City and its fire department approve, fire and medical calls to Central Jackson County would be routed through Kansas City by the end of September.
Firefighters battle a stubborn fire in a vacant house. To reduce dispatching costs, the Central Jackson County Fire Protection District wants to shift dispatch services to the Kansas City Fire Department. If Kansas City and its fire department approve, fire and medical calls to Central Jackson County would be routed through Kansas City by the end of September. File photo by Keith Myers The Kansas City Star
Firefighters battle a stubborn fire in a vacant house. To reduce dispatching costs, the Central Jackson County Fire Protection District wants to shift dispatch services to the Kansas City Fire Department. If Kansas City and its fire department approve, fire and medical calls to Central Jackson County would be routed through Kansas City by the end of September. File photo by Keith Myers The Kansas City Star

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August 19, 2014 11:18 AM

Central Jackson County fire district wants to route 911 calls to Kansas City

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