Nassau schools getting panic alarms

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Wireless panic alarms connected to police via a two-way microphone and equipped with a GPS will soon be distributed to all Nassau schools, according to County Executive Edward Mangano. Videojournalist: Howard Schnapp (Oct. 22, 2013)

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