St. Charles County’s ‘Star-Spangled Fright’ bioterrorism response exercise

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ST. LOUIS, Mo. — One of the best ways for a community to deal with a major incident is with the proper training.  St. Charles County is one of the 25-regional organizations in both Missouri and Illinois participating in a bioterrorism response exercise. So if a real incident happens they can respond properly.

Nick Kohlberg is the St. Charles County emergency response planner.  He is talking about their operation called the "Star-Spangled Fright."

Star-Spangled Fright Exercise
9:30am - 11:30am Thursday, October 10th
St. Charles West High School
3601 Droste Road
St. Charles
www.sccpod2019.eventbrite.com

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