Oregon now has additional resources if a disaster were to strike. It’s called an evacuation assembly point, a place for people to gather during emergencies.
TILLAMOOK, Ore. — Oregon now has additional resources if a disaster were to strike. The state just set up its first evacuation assembly point, a short-term location for people to gather during emergencies like wildfires, flooding or a catastrophic earthquake while first responders work to access the impacted area.
The state’s Office of Resilience and Emergency Management (OREM) supplied Tillamook County with two boxes that contain food, water, tents and medical supplies to support 100 people in the evacuation assembly point,
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