Wyoming Organizations Issue Disaster Pamphlet

November 5, 2009

Two Jackson-area organizations have released a brochure designed to help residents prepare for natural disasters.

Two Jackson-area organizations have released a brochure designed to help residents prepare for natural disasters.

Teton County Emergency Management coordinator Rich Ochs says the brochure, which lists the various emergencies that could affect the region and gives guidelines for coping with them, will be released Wednesday. It’s the work of Teton County Emergency Management and Geologists of Jackson Hole.

The pamphlet covers earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, flash floods, landslides, wildfires and avalanches. It will be sent to Jackson residents in their November utility statements.

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