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Summit County Fire and EMS

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 Summit County Fire and EMS

Includes countywide mutual aid channels (MAC) for multi-jurisdictional scenes. See info page for details.
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Feed Notes

This feed will stream nearly every* fire department dispatch and fireground talk groups in Summit County.  There may be extended periods of silence and periods of non-stop activity.  Akron Fire Dispatch is excluded, but their fireground talkgroups ARE included so if they're at an actual fire scene it will be played.  County Mutual Aid talkgroups are included for major multi-agency scenes.

Agency Unit Prefixes:
* This feed provides Alpha tags to help you determine what agency is talking.  Use an app like Scanner Radio Delux that supports alpha tags.  This list of radio prefixes may help identify which FD/EMS you're hearing:

11** - Barberton
12** - Bath
14** - Clinton
15** - Copley
16** - Coventry
17** - Cuyahoga Falls (Not Used)
18** - New Franklin
19** - Green
20** - Hudson
40** - Hudson EMS
21** - Lakemore
22** - Macedonia
23** - Mogadore
24** - Munroe Falls
25** - Boston Heights
26** - Norton
28** - Valley Fire Dist
29** - Reminderville
30** - Richfield
31** - Springfield
32** - Stow (Not Used)
33** - Tallmadge (Not Used)
34** - Twinsburg
35** - Northfield Village
36** - Fairlawn
38** - Summit County EMA/Haz-Mat Team


Akron EMS (far too chatty and already provided elsewhere)
Akron Fire Dispatch (intentional to keep the noise low, firegrounds ARE included)
Hudson Fire (working on a remote RX package to include their UHF in this stream)

Queued approach:

The way this feed works a single transmission or a group of transmissions that occur rapidly back to back will be played.  If any other talkgroup in the feed happens to transmit at the same time as another, the second transmission to occur will be recorded and played in sequence.  From time to time if numerous agencies are very busy this may cause transmissions to get backed up 30-60 seconds until the queue catches up.  The benefit of this approach is almost no transmission is ever skipped.