Emergency workers, cops participate in tri-state anti-terror drill

An increased number of police and emergency workers will be out on the streets this week as part of a tri-state anti-terror drill.The drill, which

BROOKLYN - An increased number of police and emergency workers will be out on the streets this week as part of a tri-state anti-terror drill.

The drill, which began today, is an attempt to prepare emergency personnel in the event of a radiological attack. The exercise will take place on land, rails, highways and waterways.

Approximately 150 emergency agencies are participating in the drill.

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