A jeep touring company has been found to be safe in a state of emergency declared by Arizona Governor Doug Ducey in the wake of a deadly tornado.
The State of Emergency was issued by Governor Doug R. Duceys office on March 3, 2017, after the deadly tornado that hit Sedona in late March killed three people.
On Thursday, the governor announced that the emergency had been lifted and that there would be no new restrictions on jeep trips to and from Sedona.
The company that is operating the tour company, J-Tours, issued a statement on its website that reads in part: “We are deeply saddened and heartbroken by the tragedy in Sedona and are working diligently to restore our business as quickly as possible.”
The statement continued: “This morning, the Governor’s office sent a message to us informing us that we are now free of any additional restrictions and will be able to operate as normal.
We look forward to returning to Sedona for future tours.”
The governor also tweeted that he had issued an Executive Order to assist with the investigation into the disaster and the investigation is continuing.