DISASTER! Training Exercise Wednesday In Palm Beach County — Don't Panic!

PALM BEACH COUNTY, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (SOURCE: Palm Beach County Government Media Release) — On Wednesday, March 1, a training exercise will take place in Palm Beach County. This annual training exercise involves simulated response actions and the simulated emergency protective measures that would be implemented if an emergency at the St Lucie Nuclear Power Plant were to occur.

The training exercise will involve simulated response actions by emergency response personnel from various county and municipal agencies.

This activity will take place at Okeeheelee Park on Forest Hill Boulevard, west of Jog Road. Patrons and residents of the neighborhoods around the park are reminded that emergency activity at Okeeheelee Park on Wednesday, March 1, is for routine training and exercise purposes only. The exercise will take place sometime after 8 am. Part of the exercise involves response, so an exact time cannot be given.

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