Never mind. I see where Allen N4JRI has posted that STARS INTEROP LE-1 which is a separate talkgroup obviously,.and I think he is guessing the two talkgroups he posted also might be monitored via INTEROP LE-1 today. Obviously talkgroup 96 is not included. I also am monitoring VSP Div 1 with all it's talkgroups programed and as far as I know, INTEROP LE-1 hasn't been active so far today. Looks like you're out of luck.Monitoring some as I'm passing through en route to Kentucky. The only traffic I'm hearing is Regionwide 1 (TG 20160) for some reason.
The 200 series units are from Chesterfield, 300 series from Henrico, and 400 series are Hanover. These are regionally assigned numbers.851 am there was a call for Eng 410, Batt 2, Batt 3, Eng 12, Eng 19, Eng 407, Truck 3, Safety Officer - at 7246 Forest Hill - fireground comms were heard via the feed - (maybe Eng 410 was a mutual aid unit)
920 am Eng 202 went to a bleeding call (maybe a mutual aid unit or an extra unit)
seems that ambulances were sent to some calls also - units with 3 digit numbers iirc
No, as I said I was passing through, listening on the "supersystem". I had STARS activated as well. As far as Capitol activities were concerned, the only place my scanner stopped was Regionwide 1. Odd as Allen was saying other regionwide talk groups.---------
Are you monitoring via Orion? STARS talkgroups are 1 to 4 numbers max. Div 1 Channel 3 TG 76 is seldom used.