RANDOLPH, N.H. (AP) – After seven years of work, the middle of nowhere now has an address in New Hampshire.

The state has finished mapping and marking more than 1,500 miles of snowmobile trails and logging roads in Coos County, plotting 600 addresses and 75 landing zones for medical helicopters. The goal is to make it easier for people to report emergencies and help responders save precious time in trying to find them.

The addresses have been posted at snowmobile trail intersections, and in some locations, snowmobilers can pick up address cards to refer to when reporting accidents.

Work has started in mapping trails in northern Grafton County, and eventually, all trails across the state will be mapped.

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