By: Wu Jhe-hao and Lilian Wu
Taipei, March 15 (CNA) The annual Wanan drill in central Taiwan will be staged
March 21 at 1:30 p.m., police authorities announced Tuesday.
There will be traffic and light controls during the 30-minute drill. Police reminded the public that during the drill, whether they are at home or in public places, windows should be shut, while water, electricity and gas should be turned off.
Those who work outdoors should follow instructions on entering public shelters, and vehicles should stop on the roadside.
In terms of public transport, the high-speed rail and Taiwan Railways Admnistration service will operate normally, but those passengers who disembark from the trains should evacuate. There will be controls on freeway on-ramps, with vehicles allowing to get off but not to enter. [SOURCE]