Mt. Weather: Top Secret Government Facility Activated for Power Outage in April

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A 564-acre, high-security federal government facility along the Loudoun-Clarke County border in Virginia serves as the backup site for the national emergency operations center run by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, according to internal emails and public records obtained by the News4 I-Team. Those records also show the secretive facility, known as Mt. Weather, was briefly activated by federal agents on April 7 after a major electric power interruption hit the Washington, D.C., region.

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