Mobile Command Unit

Kilgore Police Department Lt. Terry Linder and Kilgore Fire Department Chief Mark Henderson look on as medical professionals from CHRISTUS Good Shepherd prepare for testing local residents for the COVID-19 virus. The testing is being done at CHRISTUS Good Shepherd’s Emergency Center on Highway 259, in a new mobile command unit owned by the city. The Mobile Command Unit was purchased with funds distributed by the CARES Act, and the vehicle will remain a tool in the city’s arsenal for future needs.

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