Virginia Sets Example for Communication Readiness

The Department of Homeland Security issues a report on how well U.S. cities are prepared to communicate during a disaster. In past disasters, communications have been difficult for emergency responders. Virginia has set up a statewide plan that many consider one of the best.

Renee Montagne talks to Chris Essid, who's coordinates preparedness for Virginia.

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