Shelly Zubyck, Temiskaming Shores’ emergency management control coordinator alternate (from the left), described a mock derailment scenario to CANUTEC, the Canadian Transport Emergency Centre operated by Transport Canada. Listening in were Maria McLean of the Timiskaming Health Unit, Timiskaming Emergency Medical Services Chief John McCarthy, and Temiskaming OPP detachment commander Brent Cecchini. The city conducted an emergency preparedness test, with a focus on public notification, May 8. (Staff photo by Diane Johnston)

City focusing on communications in practice drill

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Diane Johnston Speaker Reporter TEMISKAMING SHORES – Just imagine: a train derailment near McCamus Avenue in New Liskeard is leaking fuming sulphuric acid. The substance is corrosive and/or toxic, and…

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City focusing on communications in practice drill was last modified: May 16th, 2018 by Editorial Staff