Cellular phone networks across California are failing to properly deliver the location of 911 callers to emergency rescuers in a growing majority of calls for help, according to a report released by advocates for the state’s emergency dispatchers.
While the cause is unclear, the report notes that the networks of AT&T and T-Mobile have a seen severe declines in location deliveries while other cellular carriers have been on the rise.
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