Cascadia Coastal Coalition
Tsunami Evacuation DrillThe Manila Bay (CA) Tsunami Evacuation Drill was conducted 19 March 2022. The drill was intended to teach the community about near source tsunami procedures and for first responders to test multi agency communications and evacuation procedures used during a distant source tsunami.
Tsunami Evacuation DrillStaff and volunteers reported to the Incident Command Post, at the Manila Community Center, for briefing at 8:30 am. Volunteers and Subject Matter Experts were assigned to 7 different Evacuation Zones and 4 highway crossing points. The drill commenced at 9:30 am with Sheriff deputies and Arcata Fire Department vehicles driving through the community using High/Low sirens to notify residents that the drill had started and to begin their walk to the nearest Tsunami Evacuation Point.
Tsunami Evacuation DrillThere were a total of 66 volunteers and SMEs that participated in the drill. According to surveys taken at Tsunami Evacuation Points, there were approximately 34 community participants.
Speaker SeriesSky Terry speaks on the use of General Aviation plans and pilots during disasters in the PNW.
Go BoxDr. Miller demonstrates the use of CCC's UHF/VHF radio Go Box. I
Cascadia Rising & Thunderbird and WhaleTracking General Aviation Aircraft using short- and long-distance communication gear
- Patient Triage, Treatment, and Transport
Ground Crews Load Aircraft