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May 23, 2018

 

 

                                        PREPARE FOR HURRICANE SEASON 2018

 

Hurricane season is fast approaching! Constable Mark Herman and his deputies would like to ensure the citizens of Precinct 4 are prepared this hurricane season which begins June 1, 2018. The most important thing you can do as hurricane season approaches is to get yourself, your family and your home prepared. Prepare for a hurricane by stocking up on emergency supplies including food, water, protective clothing, medications, batteries, flashlights, important documents, roadmaps and a full tank of gasoline.

 

Take these steps to prepare yourself from dangerous weather:

 

Have an emergency plan

·       Create an emergency plan and review it with everyone in your home. Make sure everyone knows the safest location in the home.

 

Stock up on supplies

·       Be sure to have the proper necessities, such as water, blanket, first aid kits, flashlights, batteries, radios and any pet care items.

 

Out–of-town contact

·       Make sure to have an out-of-state friend or family member as a contact, so they can check on your whereabouts.

 

Follow emergency instructions

·       Follow all instructions from authorities regarding evacuation and other safety protocols. Check radio, television or other media outlets for emergency information.

 

Have an evacuation route

·       Make sure you know your evacuation route before the hurricane hits and keep a full tank of gas.

 

Protect important documents

·       Make sure important documents such as ID cards and other vital information are placed in a secured, waterproof container.

 

Don’t forget about the pets

·       Have pet essentials handy, such as: pet food, medications, toys and other pet needs.

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