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
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Patrick Otellini, Chief resilience officer and director of earthquake safety, City and County of San Francisco
Steven Reel, Project engineer, Port of San Francisco