Lee Sheriff’s mapping initiative provides critical information for emergency responses
Hoping to save precious time as emergencies unfold, the Lee County Sheriff’s Office is mapping in detail Lee County school buildings and Lee Health medical facilities.
“(This) provides real-time, high-resolution maps of emergency scenes to our deputies and other first responders,” Lee County Sheriff Carmine Marceno said at a media briefing Thursday. “This technology dramatically improves response to critical incidents at major facilities in Lee County.”
Mapping has been completed on 93 Lee County school buildings, including all of the county’s traditional school facilities, and the five major Lee Health hospitals, including Golisano Children’s Hospital.
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