A Longview man's invention will help emergency vehicles get to scenes and hopefully save lives. Its called night site, and since the advent of the 9-1-1- addressing system, the digital reflective numbers could shave precious seconds off response time for police and emergency vehicles who might miss a location from not seeing an address. And those that are in the business of saving life and property see the positives in the new invention. Longview native Brandon Johnson got backing from the 3-M corporation and now has deals with local vendors and Wal-mart to sell the product. The numbers simply peel off to fit the number a resident wants... For Johnson its a product that's a small insurance policy. The unit cost is 19.99, and if you want more information on the product you can call 291-8888.