Winds of Winter communication drill follow-up

We’ve gathered together a few photos and links from yesterday’s ‘Winds of Winter” communication drill.

First, here’s coverage from the West Seattle Blog – with photos from our Fauntleroy hub:  http://westseattleblog.com/2011/10/ready-for-anything-west-seattle-emergency-communication-hubs-drill.

Plus, here are a few photos that I took as the drill was beginning at our Alki and Delridge hubs (which were co-located at the Alki Community Center Playfield/Whale Tale Park).

Winds of Winter drill photo - Emergency Communication Hubs at Alki

Winds of Winter drill - Emergency Communication Hubs at Alki playfield; Alki (background), Delridge (foreground)

Winds of Winter drill photo - Alki Emergency Communication Hub

Winds of Winter drill - Alki Emergency Communication Hub

Winds of Winter drill photo - Delridge Emergency Communication Hub (at Alki)

Winds of Winter drill - Delridge Emergency Communication Hub (at Alki)

Our counterparts from neighborhoods in other parts of the city participated as well…

Pre-coverage of the Capitol Hill Prepares (CHiP) group: http://www.capitolhillseattle.com/2011/10/29/capitol-hill-part-of-winds-of-winter-disaster-exercise. As well, they have posted drill photos to their Facebook group page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/348370240510/

We may keep adding to this posting as more photos or links become available; if your group participated, please send details!

Updated 11/2/11:  Pre-coverage of our hub counterpart in Fremont: http://www.fremocentrist.com/commentary/?p=997

 

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