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After averaging just 2,041 911 calls between the months of February and May, an average of 2,441 have come in monthly from June through August, and September has 2,151 as of Monday morning.
"Even as call volume has been high over the past several months, our dispatchers and first responders have consistently provided quality service and arrived on scene quickly," said Pittsylvania County Public Safety Director Chris Slemp. "We will continue to respond to emergencies in a timely manner even during the pandemic.”
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