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P25Radio

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That is what I heard today around 10am this morning on the fire 3C channel. North Comm did answer up but nothing else heard after that. Leaves me to think some #+$^*#!^&( was playing a sick joke. I only pray you get caught and put away for a long time. You could had put lives in danger and pulled rescue resource workers out of the station for a false call. I am so pissed about people playing games on Fire, Police channels. if I catch you, you had it!!. I hope you are not a RR member but if you are I prey to God you read this and think before you kill some one on a false radio call. Going stop now before I type for hours on this subject. Sorry just really Pissed off!!!
 

safetypro79

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Working fire

I take it based on your post there were comms for a "working fire" or incident and your local FD was on scene ?

But fools like this lead PS agency's down the encryption path ....look at my hometown Anchorage Alaska recently encrypted all PS comms but fir different reason based on " safety of first responders"

Hope they catch the fool
 

P25Radio

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The weather here has been raining a lot so yes there where working incidents. But at the time radio traffic was very light on that channel.
 

celbaseman

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I would imagine there was a training exercise going on and someone hit the wrong channel. I have heard distress calls on training channels. As complicated as the radios have gotten anything can happen on the wrong channel.
 

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I agree it was likely a mistake. Working fire or major incident would not be on 3C.
 
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