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  Posted on: Wednesday, January 25, 2012
Emergency In Your Area? “Public Alerts” On Google Maps Shows Warnings
Google announced a new layer of data being added to Google Maps for public alerts. If there are emergency alerts in your area, Google will show them to you on the map, with more details on the alert.

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