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first_img“This will be like an emergency broadcasting system,” Williams said. “Everyone within range of that (mobile-phone) tower will get it.” He said such a system would supplement loudspeakers, campus land-line telephone alert systems and other ways of warning students and staffers about potential danger. It also would warn mobile-phone users near a campus to stay away. “We really believe this will be a first-line informer,” Williams said. “Because there are so many cell phones, even if you don’t have yours with you, two of the three people next to you will have theirs and get the message.” Virginia Tech officials have been criticized for waiting more than two hours Monday to alert the school’s nearly 26,000 students that two of their classmates had been shot dead in a dormitory. The gunman later killed 30 people in a building across the campus before killing himself. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! SACRAMENTO – In the wake of the Virginia Tech shootings, Lt. Gov. John Garamendi is talking to mobile-telephone companies about establishing a system to alert mobile-phone users to emergencies on college campuses in California. He said the technology exists to broadcast text and voice alerts on and around a campus. “This system would save lives should a Virginia Tech situation occur at one of our California campuses,” he said in a statement issued Thursday. Garamendi had discussed the proposal with a representative of AT&T and was setting up meetings with major mobile-phone companies to figure out the details, Garamendi spokesman Norman Williams said. last_img