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City of Durant

HQ Phone:  (580) 931-6600

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City of Durant

300 W Evergreen

Durant, Oklahoma,74701

United States

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Bryan County Emergency Management director James Dalton said they had assisted with four accidents by noon - including a one vehicle rollover on southbound Highway 75 around 9 Monday morning.
"One fairly serious accident up by the Caddo area required two to be transported," Dalton said. He said most people heeded the warning and stayed home. Advice Amber Dean says she wished she'd taken. Dalton says ice cleats that slip on around your shoes are a great investment, and run around $10 at your local sporting goods store.


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Bryan County's Emergency Management Director James Dalton spoke with News 12 about the many ways you can make sure you and your loved ones aren't left out in the cold.
"What I like to include in it is a change of clothes, keep a blanket, a flashlight, a cell phone charger, any medication you may need long term," Dalton said.


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Bryan County emergency management director James Dalton says the space they share with the Durant fire department at their current location off enterprise drive is only 700 square feet; the new building will be around 10,000 square feet. "It will allow us to be a regional center, not just city and county. said Dalton. said Dalton. The facility they are in now has an underground shelter but if there is a tornado they would not be able to operate and seek shelter at the same time. The new building will be built of concrete and steel and safe during any type of severe weather. Dalton says, as an emergency communication agency, their number one goal is to communicate with the public and this new facility will help them do that. "You don't need to be worried about your personal safety or anything like that, you've got to worry about getting that information to your public. said Dalton.


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Bryan County Emergency Management Director James Dalton says most of the damage left behind is around Jennings Road and Cain Avenue.
Dalton says strong winds overturned a trailer. He says one person was inside, but that they were not injured. He says there are trees and power lines down. Dalton says an electric company is working to restore power.


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Director of Emergency Management James Dalton says the equipment will benefit more than just Durant and explains what it can do.
"It provides us a platform on extended emergency situations where we have up link satellite, we can have radio hookups with various channels, various frequency bands," Dalton said.


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