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Lauri Metcalf, American Sign Language and interpreter training chair, watches as students file out of Nail after completing a severe weather evacuation drill. The drill simulated a tornado in effect and lasted about 40 minutes. All floors had evacuation leads who distinguished themselves with red caps and vests. Students from each floor waited in the basement of Nail until the evacuation management coordinator, Jacqueline Silva notified the team that students could return to classes. Several buildings of this college were involved in the drill including the chemistry and geology building.  Photo by R. T. Gonzalez

Lauri Metcalf, American Sign Language and interpreter training chair, watches as students file out of Nail after completing a severe weather evacuation drill. The drill simulated a tornado in effect and lasted about 40 minutes. All floors had evacuation leads who distinguished themselves with red caps and vests. Students from each floor waited in the basement of Nail until the evacuation management coordinator, Jacqueline Silva notified the team that students could return to classes. Several buildings of this college were involved in the drill including the chemistry and geology building. Photo by R. T. Gonzalez

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