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FEMA Chief Says He Will Cooperate With Probe Into Use Of Agency Vehicles
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14 Sep 2018 01:06 AM EST

According to a report by Reuters, the head of FEMA said that he would never intentionally break government rules following a report that his use of official vehicles was under scrutiny, and added that his priority at the moment was a major hurricane approaching the US Southeast coast. Brock Long, the director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, said that he was 'very aware' of a media report published earlier on Thursday, and that his agency would cooperate with any investigations. Politico originally reported that the Department Of Homeland Security's Office of Inspector General was investigating Long's use of official vehicles to travel between his home in North Carolina and Washington during his time as FEMA's director.

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