Emergency Communications

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September 11 and the anthrax attacks proved the need for a coordinated response between health officials, law enforcement agents and fire departments. Guest host Renee Montagne talks with Massachusetts Sen. Richard Moore, and with Trina Hembree, executive director of the National Emergency Management Association, about efforts to improve communication between agencies during a crisis.



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