A multi-day, full scale training exercise, called Big X 2016, is planned for November in North Texas. More than 3,500 volunteers and first responders will be involved in the three day event. This photo was taken from training in 2013.
A multi-day, full scale training exercise, called Big X 2016, is planned for November in North Texas. More than 3,500 volunteers and first responders will be involved in the three day event. This photo was taken from training in 2013. North Central Texas Council of Governments Emergency Preparedness Department Courtesy
A multi-day, full scale training exercise, called Big X 2016, is planned for November in North Texas. More than 3,500 volunteers and first responders will be involved in the three day event. This photo was taken from training in 2013. North Central Texas Council of Governments Emergency Preparedness Department Courtesy

Massive training exercise planned in November for North Texas

September 18, 2016 10:08 AM

UPDATED September 18, 2016 05:59 PM

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