NMSU "Blue Lights" to be Taken Down - Albuquerque Journal

NMSU “Blue Lights” to be Taken Down

Officials say cell phones make emergency phones unnecessary.

The 24 emergency blue light phones that have dotted the New Mexico State University campus for more than two decades are being removed this week. Police say cell phones make the emergency phones unnecessary.


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