Residents who live near Atlantic City International should
expect to see smoke and extra emergency equipment at the airport next weekend.
It will all be part of the airport's simulated catastrophic
event, taking place on Saturday May 11th, from 8 a.m. to noon. The drill is held every three years, in compliance with
federal regulations to evaluate emergency response to a large
scale aircraft incident.
No area roads are expected to be closed, and residents
should not be alarmed if they see smoke or a large number of emergency vehicles
at the airport next Saturday.
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