BRYAN COUNTY, Okla. -- Some new emergency tools were put into service in Bryan County on Friday. Two trailers used by FEMA recently bought by the county were unveiled at Friday’s Durant city council meeting.
The county bought them for $1,850, down from the original cost of $18,000.
"We will use the trailers for extended emergency situations. We can take the mobile communications into the field." James Dalton of Bryan County Emergency Management says.
Dalton says the trailers have kitchens, beds, and showers, which means emergency workers can stay on scene.