Downtown Brooklyn started out the day with a massive disaster drill at the Office of Emergeency Management.
In the scenario, a 10-ton nuclear blast in Times Square went off at 10 a.m. Wednesday morning, killing roughly 100,000 on impact, reports the Brooklyn Eagle.
If the OEM building is still standing, “This would become the seat of government,” OEM Commissioner Esposito said. Good to know!
Wednesday night, a town hall on Ebola and the enterovirus was held at Brooklyn Boro Hall.
More on this disaster event tomorrow.
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