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Terror test designed to probe for weakness

What would happen if there was a large-scale disaster in Enid? How would local public safety agencies react? They will find out next week during a three-day disaster drill. Assistant Fire Chief Darrell Bundy said Enid and Garfield County emergency service agencies will be in-volved, along with Oklahoma Highway Patrol, Vance Air Force Base and the Army’s 63rd Civil Support Team. The 63rd CST, a specially trained National Guard weapons of mass de-struction team based in Oklahoma City, will put the disaster drill together. This is the first time Enid and Garfield County officials have worked with the team Bundy calls a “crack rescue unit.” Full Story

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