Tenn. county brings emergency response agencies under one roof

The Sumner County, Tenn., Emergency Management Agency, Emergency Medical Services and E9-1-1 units are now operating together out of a new Emergency Services Building, giving staff more space and better response coordination. Meanwhile, a smaller "hardened facility" will be built next to the new building thanks to a grant the county received after tornadoes in 2008 and 2010. This facility will provide a secure location for staff and equipment during emergencies.

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