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North Carolina/Tennessee Combined Emergency Services Exercise

On Saturday September 6, 2014, there will be a simulated exercise involving North Carolina and Tennessee Emergency Service personnel. This exercise involves Emergency Service personnel from; Watauga and Avery County in North Carolina, and Johnson and Carter County in Tennessee. It also includes various State Emergency Response Agencies. This exercise is to test interoperable capability between states and counties that are neighboring each other. The actual field exercise will take place in North Carolina.  Various Johnson County Emergency Services will participate in this training exercise. During this exercise on September 6th    there will be radio traffic on frequencies utilized by Johnson County Agencies. The exercise involves a traffic accident involving a Hazard Materials leak. Johnson County residents need to be aware if they hear radio traffic concerning this it is from this exercise. The exercise will last from approximately 8 a.m. until 2p.m.