LUBMIN, GERMANY - JUNE 08: A symbol for radioactivity is visible on a radioactively-contaminated container once used to transport nuclear fuel rods at the nearby Greifswald former nuclear power plant at the Zwischenlager Nord temporary nuclear waste storage facility on June 8, 2011 in Lubmin, Germany. The Zwischenlager Nord, run by Energiewerke Nord GmbH, contains low, medium and high radioactive waste as well as spent nuclear fuel rods from both west and east German nuclear power plants and research reactors. The German government has stepped up its efforts to create a permanent nuclear storage site, and the former mines at Schacht Konrad and Gorleben are under consideration, though both remain controversial. The government recently announced it will phase out nuclear energy in Germany completely by 2022. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)

Cumberland County Emergency Services and Fayetteville Fire and Police departments are teaming up to have a full-scale hazardous materials training exercise tomorrow (July 22).

According to a news release, the exercise will be a simulation on how to handle hazardous materials with a vehicle.

It will take place on the southwest side of Bragg Boulevard near the Interstate 295 junction from 8am-12pm.

For all the details on the exercise, click here.

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