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Hard Learned Lessons from Hugo and Other Disasters

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When disaster strikes, communities need a plan to respond rapidly and efficiently to deal with the crisis. Recent tornadoes and Hurricane Hugo's sweep across North Carolina on September 22, 1989, gave a number of municipalities a chance to test their emergency plans. Christensen reports how a number of communities, including Gastonia, Charlotte, Monroe, Raleigh, and Holden Beach, dealt with these emergencies.
Southern City (NoCar Oversize JS 39 S6), Vol. 39 Issue 11, Nov 1989, p4-5