‘We’re all going to be overwhelmed’: Emergency planners bracing for April’s solar eclipse

Emergency planners in Ohio are preparing for the first total solar eclipse in the state in 208 years, set to occur on April 8, 2024. The event is expected to draw an unprecedented number of visitors, potentially overwhelming infrastructure such as cell towers, roads, and sewage systems. The state’s Emergency Management Agency is already coordinating with various departments to ensure safety and manage the expected influx of people.

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