MARTA Plans Emergency Training

September 24, 2013 2:03 PM
MARTA Plans Emergency Training
" ATLANTA (AP) — Atlanta public transit officials say they’re planning to hold emergency training exercises at a local subway station.

Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority officials say the agency will hold its annual emergency training sessions Oct. 5 and 6 at the College Park train station, south of Atlanta.

Officials say the exercise will also serve as a test location for federal agencies, and will give MARTA police, staff and other emergency responders to address a simulated crisis — like a terrorist attack, pandemic or natural disaster "

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