Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Assessing the region's emergency preparedness

Assessing the region's emergency preparedness

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Have steps taken by public officials helped the public prepare for the storm?
Yes, early warnings got the word out, made clear storm a major threat
 
  676 (79.1%)
No, many people already ready, as a result of previous storms
 
  36 (4.2%)
Yes, transit agency closures limit ability to get around, reduces risk
 
  79 (9.2%)
No, too early to tell
 
  79 (9.2%)
Total votes = 855
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