These three mock victims were part of a group of 12 children and two adults who were separated and then reunited at the makeshift shelter at Crowne Point church in Lee’s Summit. From left, Aislinn Plumberg, Sophia Zorich and Natalie Rovello, all 13, said they were confused when separated from their group at a previous shelter station, but Mike Curry, director of Jackson County’s Emergency Preparedness Department, said one of the goals of the drill was to identify and correct potential issues like the one the group experienced.
These three mock victims were part of a group of 12 children and two adults who were separated and then reunited at the makeshift shelter at Crowne Point church in Lee’s Summit. From left, Aislinn Plumberg, Sophia Zorich and Natalie Rovello, all 13, said they were confused when separated from their group at a previous shelter station, but Mike Curry, director of Jackson County’s Emergency Preparedness Department, said one of the goals of the drill was to identify and correct potential issues like the one the group experienced. Max Londberg jlondberg@demo-mo.com
These three mock victims were part of a group of 12 children and two adults who were separated and then reunited at the makeshift shelter at Crowne Point church in Lee’s Summit. From left, Aislinn Plumberg, Sophia Zorich and Natalie Rovello, all 13, said they were confused when separated from their group at a previous shelter station, but Mike Curry, director of Jackson County’s Emergency Preparedness Department, said one of the goals of the drill was to identify and correct potential issues like the one the group experienced. Max Londberg jlondberg@demo-mo.com

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