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MOCK DISASTER DRILL WEDNESDAY AT KING AIRPORT

Oct. 30, 2001 – The Port Authority will conduct a routine mock disaster drill Wednesday at Cyril E. King Airport.
The drill, a Federal Aviation Administration requirement, will test communications, resources and response time by local emergency agencies to an airport secuity alert. The testing is intended to fine-tune response capability in the event of a real disaster.
A Port Authority release issued Monday said airport security measures put in place since Sept. 11 will continue in force throughout the drill. Taxiway B will be closed during the drill, but airport operations will not be affected. For more information, call the VIPA hotline at 714-6642.

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Oct. 30, 2001 - The Port Authority will conduct a routine mock disaster drill Wednesday at Cyril E. King Airport.
The drill, a Federal Aviation Administration requirement, will test communications, resources and response time by local emergency agencies to an airport secuity alert. The testing is intended to fine-tune response capability in the event of a real disaster.
A Port Authority release issued Monday said airport security measures put in place since Sept. 11 will continue in force throughout the drill. Taxiway B will be closed during the drill, but airport operations will not be affected. For more information, call the VIPA hotline at 714-6642.