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East Lake Lost Child Exercise

East Lake CERT

Saturday, November 9, 2013 from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM (EST)

East Lake Lost Child Exercise

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When:  November 9, 2013  8:00AM 

Where:  John Chesnut Park  Shelter #2

Who:  Open exercise...all CERTs, groups, organizations, volunteers, VIPs

Registration End Date: Nov. 2 - Registrations after this date must register at the Raptor Station upon arrival.

Scenario:  2 area children were transported by school bus to their local area but never arrived home.  They were reported missing by family members and were last seen in the vicinity of Chesnut Park and the Anchorage community.  They may have suffered injury caused by a freak storm with strong winds, heavy rain and hail that struck soon after they got off the bus.  Exhaustion, dehydration and hypothermia are of great concern at this time and may render them unable to help themselves.

What:  Organized searches of Chesnut Park and the Anchorage community.


  • ICS
  • Volunteer Coordination
  • Liaison Officer
  • Safety Officer
  • PIO
  • Directed Wilderness Search
  • Directed Urban Search
  • Communications
  • Team Building
  • Documentation
  • Medical Stand-by     
Have questions about East Lake Lost Child Exercise? Contact East Lake CERT

When & Where

John Chesnut Park
2200 East Lake Rd S
Palm Harbor, FL 34685

Saturday, November 9, 2013 from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM (EST)

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