Mercer Co. completes addressing project
BLUEFIELD, W.Va. (AP) — Mercer County has completed an addressing project aimed at helping first responders find residences and businesses more quickly.
Mercer County 911 director Robert Hoge tells the Bluefield Daily Telegraph that all rural route addresses have received new addresses. The Rock area was the last to receive new addresses.
Hoge says the new addresses will help first responders pinpoint locations more accurately.
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