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THREAT LEVEL LOWERED TO YELLOW FOR MASS TRANSIT IN OKLAHOMA
Oklahoma City ? In accordance with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (USDHS), today Gov. Brad Henry lowered the Oklahoma Homeland Security Threat Level from High Condition ("Orange") to Elevated Condition ("Yellow") for mass transit across the state. The threat level was raised to "orange" on July 7, 2005, after the London terrorist attacks.  more


STATEMENT BY HOMELAND SECURITY SECRETARY MICHAEL CHERTOFF ON LOWERING THE NATIONAL THREAT LEVEL FOR THE MASS TRANSIT SECTOR

Since raising the threat level for mass transit systems on July 7, the Department of Homeland Security has been working closely with our federal, state and local partners to develop and implement sustainable mass transit security measures tailored to the unique design of each region?s transit system. In light of these increased long-term measures, DHS is lowering the national threat level for the mass transit portion of the transportation sector from Code Orange, or ?high,? to Code Yellow, or ?elevated.?  more 

 

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