Lincoln County Emergency Management accepts volunteers to work prior, during, and post emergencies. We also accept volunteers that are interested in working on daily projects. If you are interested in volunteering, please fill out this form and email it to EMD@lcmoema.com or mail it to 250 W College St., Troy MO 63379.

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Lincoln County Emergency Management

Last week, the Lincoln County Emergency Management Agency – in conjunction with several regional and international private- and public-sector partners - participated in a three-day combined table-top and field exercise. This exercise, designed and managed by TransCanada, was based on the hypothetical scenario in which a sensor-indicated pressure drop, and the subsequent physical investigation, discovered a small rupture of the pipeline and release of product into the Cuivre River.

The first day of the exercise involved a discussion-based exercise (known as a Tabletop Exercise), with day two consisting of the initial notifications and responses. Day three saw the full-scale field exercise, which included a full Incident Command and Emergency Operations Center staff, incident planning and management components, and the physical deployment of marine and air resources on the Cuivre River.

Agencies and organizations participating in the exercise included TransCanada, The Response Group, iWorkWise, the Old Monroe Fire Protection District, the Lincoln County Fire Protection District, the St. Charles County Division of Emergency Management, the Environmental Protection Agency, the Missouri State Emergency Management Agency, and the Lincoln County Emergency Management Agency.

We deeply appreciate the investment of time and resources by TransCanada, and are grateful to all of the participating organizations for their commitment to the overall success of the exercise. We are stronger together.
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4 days ago

Lincoln County Emergency Management