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Heavy rain causes extreme flooding in Florida

  Over the weekend, Pensacola, Florida was ravaged by heavy rains that caused extensive flood damage. An estimated $20 million in damages is being reported in Escambia and Santa Rosa counties in Pensacola, Florida. The damage is due to a severe weather system that wreaked havoc over the weekend, causing extensive flooding. At least one person has been confirmed dead as a result of this weekend's storm in Pensacola. (Source: USA Today) "Flash flooding occurs within a six-hour or less period of time," said Keith Williams, a meteorologist with the weather service in Mobile, Ala. "They come up very suddenly and do a lot of damage." DialMyCalls' emergency alert system allows for small towns, cities and even entire states to prepare for extreme weather conditions like the recent floods in Pensacola, Florida. Our mass notification system can be used to send out voice messages, text messages and emails to every

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Virginia Tech Massacre Five Year Anniversary

Today marks the five year anniversary of the Virginia Tech massacre in which 32 people lost their lives at the hand of Seung-Hui Cho. Tragedy will forever live on at the Virginia Tech campus in Blacksburg, Virginia as the 2007 massacre is the worst mass killing in United States history. The campus will not be closed for the first year since the shooting took place and will be holding events all day long as they remember the victims who were taken from the world too soon. While nobody wants to see a repeat of the Virginia Tech massacre, the devastation five years ago have made campuses all across the country beef up their emergency response systems. Emergency Notifications provide schools the ability to send out voice message, text message and emails to all of their students, faculty and their parents in a matter of seconds. Nobody can ever predict that

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Colorado Wildfires Spark Dire Need for Emergency Alert System

A recent wildfire in the mountainous region southwest of Denver, Colorado has claimed at least one life and left a path of destruction. According to the Associated Press, authorities had to order the local residents of approximately 950 homes to evacuate due to the extreme nature of the wildfire. One sheriff's deputy, who was alerting people via his patrol car was trapped after he ran into a ditch because of the thick smoke – this is where an Emergency Alert System from DialMyCalls would come into play. Reports say that only one person was found dead in the recent Colorado wildfires but it could have been a lot worse. Had the sheriff's deputy who had been manually alerting residents not been able to contact help via radio, his fate might have been different. Send Wildfire Alerts With DialMyCalls' Emergency Alert System DialMyCalls offers an extremely efficient Emergency Alert System for

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