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SC Security Officials in Contact with Feds
Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Columbia, SC (WLTX) - The State Law Enforcement Division has been in contact with federal homeland security officials in the wake of the Boston bombings. That conversation will continue as information starts to come in. SLED says large events such as the Boston Marathon--and the upcoming Heritage Golf Tournament in South Carolina--present challenges. "What happens is you have a lot of people who are congregated together in a small area...and so you always plan for what could happen in incidents like that," says Thom Berry of SLEd. "You plan for of course for the obvious things, but also you look at what if this happened or what could happen if this took place." SLED says they'll continue to be in contact with federal investigators in the coming days. Source: http://www.wltx.com/news/article/232599/2/SC-Security-Officials-in-Contact-with-Feds-

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