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HERNDON, Va. — Keys Federal Credit Union used e-mail as part of its response to Tropical Storm Fay as the storm hit Key West last week.

As the wind and rain approached, the $197 million CU’s staff decided to use the emergency notification system it has had for about two years to send e-mails to 3,000 of the 15,000 members it has throughout the Keys, letting them know the branches would be closed but that all electronic services–ATM, online and phone–would remain up and running as long as possible.

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