Louisiana Emergency Responder Scanner


#1

http://205.252.89.181:8000/live.m3u

just passing it along


#2

[quote user=“cruzer”]http://205.252.89.181:8000/live.m3u

just passing it along[/quote]

thankz


#3

This is a good thing you are doing.

thanks,


#4

thanks


#5

[quote user=“cruzer”]http://205.252.89.181:8000/live.m3u

just passing it along[/quote]
Wow, tight, cruzer.


#6

Came here looking for links. TY, cruzer. If anyone comes across info and links to sat./aerial shots of the Tulane U area, it would bring me great joy and save me lots of time…thanks to all who have sent me informational links. Still can’t locate dozens of family and friends.


#7

Air America Radio’s Public Voicemail
1-866-217-6255
Air America Radio’s Public Voicemail is a way for disconnected people
to communicate in the wake of Katrina.

Here’s how it works:

Call the toll-free number above, enter your everyday phone number, and
then record a message. Other people who know your everyday phone
number (even if it doesn’t work anymore) can call Emergency Voicemail,
enter the phone number they associate with you, and hear your message.

You can also search for messages left by people whose phone numbers you know.

Air America Radio will leave Public Voicemail in service for as long
as this crisis continues. You can call it whenever you are trying to
locate someone, or if you are trying to be found.

Air America Radio brings you Emergency VoiceMail in conjunction with VoodooVox.


#8

Try this for before and after satellite images.

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/9162119

I found this link on this web site that has much info including a list of people who are safe:

http://www.hurricane-katrina.org/confirmed_safe_list/index.html


#9

[quote user=“gimmaroon”]Air America Radio’s Public Voicemail
1-866-217-6255
Air America Radio’s Public Voicemail is a way for disconnected people
to communicate in the wake of Katrina.

Here’s how it works:

Call the toll-free number above, enter your everyday phone number, and
then record a message. Other people who know your everyday phone
number (even if it doesn’t work anymore) can call Emergency Voicemail,
enter the phone number they associate with you, and hear your message.

You can also search for messages left by people whose phone numbers you know.

Air America Radio will leave Public Voicemail in service for as long
as this crisis continues. You can call it whenever you are trying to
locate someone, or if you are trying to be found.

Air America Radio brings you Emergency VoiceMail in conjunction with VoodooVox.
–[/quote]
This is great, gimmaroon. Thanks for posting this!


#10

thankz


#11

This is a good thing you are doing.

thanks,


#12

thanks


#13

Wow, tight, cruzer.


#14

Came here looking for links. TY, cruzer. If anyone comes across info and links to sat./aerial shots of the Tulane U area, it would bring me great joy and save me lots of time…thanks to all who have sent me informational links. Still can’t locate dozens of family and friends.


#15

Air America Radio’s Public Voicemail
1-866-217-6255
Air America Radio’s Public Voicemail is a way for disconnected people
to communicate in the wake of Katrina.

Here’s how it works:

Call the toll-free number above, enter your everyday phone number, and
then record a message. Other people who know your everyday phone
number (even if it doesn’t work anymore) can call Emergency Voicemail,
enter the phone number they associate with you, and hear your message.

You can also search for messages left by people whose phone numbers you know.

Air America Radio will leave Public Voicemail in service for as long
as this crisis continues. You can call it whenever you are trying to
locate someone, or if you are trying to be found.

Air America Radio brings you Emergency VoiceMail in conjunction with VoodooVox.


#16

Try this for before and after satellite images.

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/9162119

I found this link on this web site that has much info including a list of people who are safe:

http://www.hurricane-katrina.org/confirmed_safe_list/index.html


#17

This is great, gimmaroon. Thanks for posting this!