MCUrgent: A Shared Emergency Information Network

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Earlier this morning, The Morris County Communications Center, as well as a number of Morris County Police Departments, received reports of a low flying fighter jet. The Morris County Office of Emergency Management has confirmed that a fighter jet was dispatched to address a small aircraft that violated the temporary flight restriction which is in place during the United Nations session. We have been informed that the situation was resolved without any issues impacting Morris County. ... See MoreSee Less

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Ahmad Khan Rahami, who was wanted for questioning in connection with the NY bombing is now in custody. Three officers were transported to an area hospital as a result of the encounter. Our prayers are with all of the first responders. ... See MoreSee Less

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Morris County Office of Emergency Management added a new photo. ... See MoreSee Less

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Good morning,

The Morris County Office of Emergency Management has been following the events that have occurred over the weekend and we have been communicating throughout the weekend with our emergency response partners. As most of you are already aware via open source news accounts, explosions have occurred in Seaside Park, New York and Elizabeth.

If you See Something, Say Something and call 911 for any EMERGENCY!

Stay Alert and Stay Safe!
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The weather team informs us that we may have a strong storm moving in through locations N of I-80 for the next hour. Large 1" + hail may occur with this, with a 40-60 mph wind gusts possible. ... See MoreSee Less

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MCUrgent is used for emergencies where the impact crosses municipal boundaries. MCUrgent messages are intended to be specific. Readiness or “what do to if…” messages are sent to the county’s general social media sites (Twitter.com/MorrisCountyNJ or Facebook.com/MorrisCountyNJ), not MCUrgent.

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