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Coconino County emergency responders participated in a disaster response exercise in 2015 that included a simulated wildland fire, structure fire and mass casualty incident. The annual exercise included 18 agencies and more than 200 personnel. 

The Coconino County Sheriff's Office will conduct a Critical Incident Response Drill at Cromer School in Doney Park on Friday between 5 to 9 p.m.

The training will be a "reality-based exercise to provide first responders an opportunity to practice integrated response to critical incidents," according to a CCSO press release.

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Training will result in increased police and fire activity in the Doney Park area, with personnel from the CCSO, Flagstaf Fire Department, Summit Fire District, Guardian Medical Transport, Flagstaff School District and Walnut Canyon National Park.

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