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Our story of supporting citizens & first responders before, during, and after emergencies. For emergencies, call your local fire/EMS/police or 9-1-1.
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FEMA Apr 30
April often brings far more than showers, and in 2011, it was tornadoes and severe weather.
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Houston OEM Apr 29
Barricades are there to save your life. DO NOT drive around them. Turn Around, Don't Drown.
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Ready PA Apr 29
are , & families should prepare! Learn how to your pets for an emergency
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FEMA Apr 29
If severe are in your forecast today (4/29) – stay up-to-date & follow
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FEMA Apr 28
Emergency mgmt students: we’re looking for volunteer interns for our symposium. Apply by May 13th:
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FEMA Apr 28
Send us your -related photos via our app. PLEASE be safe. Photos of public areas are the best.
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FEMA Apr 28
Friendly reminder: never drive on flooded roads.
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FEMA Apr 28
Hi there - we have a Denton, TX office but you can find channels for reporting fraud here:
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FEMA Apr 27
Here's what you should do if there's a watch or warning where you live:
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FEMA Apr 27
Keep an eye on the weather forecast today (4/27) & visit for safety info.
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FEMA Apr 26
If you’re on the road during severe weather, don’t drive through flooded roads. Turn around, don’t drown.
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Red Cross Oklahoma Apr 26
. Emergency Operations Center monitoring severe . Ready to respond as needed. Stay prepared.
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Readygov Apr 26
🌪 safety tip: If you're in a mobile home, get to a pre-identified sturdy building 🏢 & listen to local officials.
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Readygov Apr 26
If you're in a car🚙 & a 🌪hits-avoid bridges/overpasses. If you can’t make it to shelter-stay low & cover your head w/ your arms.
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Readygov Apr 26
If you hear a siren🔊, take shelter - get to the lowest level/basement of a sturdy building or an interior room away from windows.
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Readygov Apr 26
If you're in the path of severe weather-plug in devices & check in with family:
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Readygov Apr 26
Check on neighbors before & after severe weather. ⛈🌪🤗📱
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FEMA Apr 26
Thanks for letting us know about the link. Try this one instead:
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FEMA Apr 26
Sorry to hear what you’re going through - you can now apply for assistance at: .
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Red Cross Oklahoma Apr 26
If you or someone you know lives in a mobile home, find a safe place to wait out the storms now.
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