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Drills offer valuable insight

 During the month of June, Barton County Emergency Management Director Amy Miller completed reports and improvement plans following two exercises she attended.
The first exercise was the Central Kansas Public Health Tornado Terror tabletop exercise that included several Central Kansas counties, Miller said. The scenario was directed toward public health departments and their response to a realistic set of issues – loss of power, communication with staff, communication with emergency management and other emergency responders, and the ability of the department to provide services after a severe weather event.
Several items were identified for corrective actions and submitted as part of ...


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