San Francisco city officials released a comprehensive disaster plan on the 110th anniversary of the 1906 earthquake. The report, "Resilient San Francisco: Stronger Today, Stronger Tomorrow," builds on a year-long collaboration among almost 100 organizations and details how the city will respond to a major disaster. We'll get the details from the city's Chief Resilience Officer, Patrick Otellini.
'Resilient San Francisco' Plan Details City Response to Emergency
Patrick Otellini, Chief resilience officer and director of earthquake safety, City and County of San Francisco
Steven Reel, Project engineer, Port of San Francisco