Emergency Preparedness Week begins Feb. 2
by Staff
01:17 PM, Tuesday, January 27
From Staff Reports Devastating tornadoes, destructive thunderstorms and other severe weather events can strike at any time. In order to prepare all Georgians for the possibility of a disaster, the Georgia Emergency Management Agency/Homeland Secur...

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