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Worthington Police Freq Switch ?

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I've noticed that roughly ever since those bad storms we had, Worthington Police in Franklin County is using their "Channel 3", or F-P freq as their main channel. The main channel used to be 866.4875, and it appears they are now using 866.7625.

Just a heads up. :)
 

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mmartinfan said:
Did they get zapped by lightning also?
Not sure, hell I live in Worthington, and we didn't get hit by the storms very bad at all. I've just noticed since those storms, that they wern't on their normal freq. I'll check the local paper, but I don't think they got zapped...:)
 

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Their main frequency in dispatch was hit by lightning and they have no idea when they will get it back up, so monitor the secondary channel in the meantime.
 
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