New EMC faced challenge after only 2 weeks


Ray Wilson had two weeks to settle into his new position as Emergency Management Coordinator for Hood County.

Then the May 15 tornado struck, and the heat was on.

“I don’t think anybody could have predicted that,” said Wilson, who also became Hood County’s new fire marshal on May 1. “I know emergency disasters could happen at any time. I just wasn’t expecting it in my first two weeks.”


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