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Crawford & Company Catastrophe Services (CAT) said it used Hurricane Dennis to successfully test its newest weaponry for use at disaster sites without power and telephones==a satellite truck with 10 to 15 wireless voice lines and more than 250 wireless Internet connections.

Bud Trice, vice president and head of Crawford’s CAT Services said the truck, one of 28 that will now go into use, was driven 400 miles from Atlanta to Pensacola, Fla. to process claims in the area ravaged by Hurricane Dennis.

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