Thursday, May 10, 2012

Good Drill-More Planned
It was a pretty tough scenario. Carter County Emergency Management Agency conducted the mock attack that saw Happy Valley High School taken over by a gunman. EMA Director Andrew Worley said that they learned a lot. We ask about the future of such large-scale, high profile drills in Carter County. EMA director explained that they are working on a five-year plan for such activities to fully test agencies that they're working with. According to Worley there is a wide range of City, County, and local and regional volunteers that can be evaluated and further trained to better handle future emergency situations.(CS)

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