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    Hi I was wondering if anyone would be able to provide the radio frequencies used by Fire and EMS in Chittenden County VT? I havn't had much luck in finding them online. Odds are good I'll be moving there in a few months and I need to see if my current radio/pager will work on their frequencies.
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    It's a combination of VHF Hi Band (155 range), and UHF (450). Either way, you'll be issued a radio / pager once you're up here and able to respond.
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