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An 8.2-magnitude earthquake hit Chile’s northern coast on April 1, 2014, causing landslides, power outages and the deaths of at least six people. Cambridge extends its sympathies to families who lost loved ones.
Chile’s emergency responders are well prepared to respond to disasters. After a devastating 8.8-magnitude earthquake shook Chile in 2010, the U.S. Army’s Humanitarian Assistance Program Office sponsored a project to supply 11 mobile emergency operations centers (MEOCs) to Chile’s Emergency Office (ONEMI). Cambridge helped design the MEOCs and trained ONEMI personnel how to operate and maintain them. ONEMI personnel demonstrated their ability to operate the MEOCs in harsh environments with limited resources.
The Chilean government's MEOCs are strategically positioned in Chile for rapid deployment to disaster-striken areas. When disaster strikes, ONEMI is ready to respond.