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The basic plan should contain enough detail to stand alone as the community’s specific approach to emergency response. a. True b. False
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User: The basic plan should contain enough detail to stand alone as the community’s specific approach to emergency response. a. True b. False

Weegy: a. True
Expert answered|justpretty|Points 460|

User: The basic plan should contain enough detail to stand alone as the community’s specific approach to emergency response. a. True b. False

Weegy: a. True
Expert answered|justpretty|Points 460|

User: ARE YOU SURE ABOUT THIS ANSWER?

Weegy: It should be enough
Expert answered|justpretty|Points 460|

User: THERE IS SOMEBODY THAT GOT HIGHERPOINTS AND THEY SAID IT WAS FALSE. SO WHICH IS THE COORECT ANSWER?

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