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Connected Vehicle technology could ease routes for first responders. Contrary to popular belief, the most dangerous aspect of a firefighter's job is not actually fighting a fire. Firefighters are “more likely to die in a motor vehicle-related incident than during the course of a firefighting operation,” according to a 2014 FEMA study. The communication between our roadside equipment and onboard equipment will give route priority to police cars, ambulances or fire trucks. Other vehicles will get noticed much earlier so they can react faster. The traffic lights will be green all the way for the emergency vehicles, therefore it saves a lot of time in the emergency situation. That’s why V2X will bring first responders to the accident site faster and safer.