Dayton Freight Lines Inc. has joined the Amber Alert Highway Network, an initiative of Qualcomm and the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children. Using location-based mobile technology, AAHN will disseminate Amber Alerts to all Dayton Freight trucks within a specified geographical area.
With a fleet of more than 1,100 trucks traveling throughout 11 Midwest states, Dayton Freight says it is in a unique position to help protect local communities, save lives and reunite abducted children with their loved ones.
Dayton Freight Drivers can view Amber Alerts – using onboard computer technology – at their next stop. If they see the vehicle or child in question, they will pull over and call the number listed in the Amber Alert.