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February 13
Emergency Operations Center Closes
Call Center No Longer Active, Call 9-1-1 In An Emergency

The Wake County Emergency Operations Center (EOC) will close at 5 p.m., today, Thursday, February 13, 2014, as the need for winter storm response coordination within Wake County has decreased.

EOC staff will continue to monitor conditions as needed. The call center phone number will no longer be answered. People should call 9-1-1 in an emergency.

Residents are encouraged to pay close attention to the local radio and television stations for information specific to Wake County and their specific town and to stay at home and off the roads until driving conditions improve. Anyone interested in receiving the lasted updates on urgent situations, including winter weather in Wake County can sign up to follow @ReadyWake on Twitter.
February 13
Emergency Operations Center Closes
Call Center No Longer Active, Call 9-1-1 In An Emergency

The Wake County Emergency Operations Center (EOC) will close at 5 p.m., today, Thursday, February 13, 2014, as the need for winter storm response coordination within Wake County has decreased.

EOC staff will continue to monitor conditions as needed. The call center phone number will no longer be answered. People should call 9-1-1 in an emergency.

Residents are encouraged to pay close attention to the local radio and television stations for information specific to Wake County and their specific town and to stay at home and off the roads until driving conditions improve. Anyone interested in receiving the lasted updates on urgent situations, including winter weather in Wake County can sign up to follow @ReadyWake on Twitter.

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