RADIO BACK-UP PUT TO THE TEST IN WESTPORT

 

Amateur radio operators will help the Washington test its emergency communications system on Saturday in , at the Maritime Museum.  Grays Harbor Deputy Emergency Manager says 20 ham radio operators will use state equipment to contact the state emergency operations center at Camp Murray and the emergency operations centers in all 39 counties.  Ham radio would be a backup if phone and computer networks fail.

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