Ben Rodgers: Being More Than Emergency Ready

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Ben Rodgers visits with Brandon Smith, Director for the Putnam County Emergency Management Agency. Brandon talks about the weather radio giveaway taking place at the fairgrounds on Saturday, if they have locations pre-planned that people can go to before weather disasters take place, and the different apps that the public can use to be more than just emergency ready.

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