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STATE REMAINS READY TO RESPOND TO POSSIBLE FLOOD EMERGENCY

 STATE REMAINS READY TO RESPOND TO POSSIBLE FLOOD EMERGENCY
 Editors: The State Emergency Operations Center (EOC) in Olympia continues to be activated on a 24-hour basis due to severe weather conditions and the potential for flooding in Western Washington.
 The Washington State Department of Community Development (DCD) will staff the State EOC overnight to remain abreast of potential flood conditions and to coordinate possible state response efforts. The Washington State Military Department also is standing by in case conditions arise which require its assistance.
 If conditions worsen overnight or a state emergency response is required, information will be released from the State EOC as quickly as possible.
 If you have questions during the evening regarding the potential emergency or possible state response activities, contact:
 Mark Stewart Dan Youmans
 State DCD Governor's Press Office
 206-438-7737 - State EOC 206-753-6790 - office
 206-791-1283 - cellular 206-352-3344 - home
 206-848-5382 - home
 Sheryl Hutchison
 Governor's Press Office
 206-753-6790 - office
 206-943-3704 - home
 -0- 1/29/92


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