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Lawmakers approve 911 technology study

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LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) Nebraska lawmakers are moving ahead with a proposed study of 911 services.

Lawmakers granted first-round approval to a bill yesterday that would initiate a state review of the new emergency technology.

Nebraska is looking at ways to harness its 911 services so dispatchers can gather more information, whether it's video footage of a crime in progress or a cell phone photo of a car crash.

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