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Official emergency management tweets from Broward County, Florida for residents, businesses and visitors.
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Broward County, FL Feb 5
Cold weather advisory issued for on Sunday evening; lows to be in mid 40s. shelters will open.
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Broward County, FL Feb 5
: Walking is one of the best things we can do to stay healthy, but only if we put safety first when on our streets.
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Broward County, FL Feb 1
: Never cross a street while using an electronic device. If texting on a sidewalk, move out of the way of others. Be courteous.
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Broward County, FL Jan 29
: Hold a child’s hand when crossing a street. Kids are small & unpredictable. It may be difficult for drivers to see them.
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Broward County, FL Jan 28
RT: : Strong tstorms S. Central Broward, N. Central Miami Dade County. Funnel Clouds, Gusty winds, main impacts.
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Broward County, FL Jan 27
RT: : 1/27/16: Mid Afternoon Outlook. Threat for strong to severe storms continues along with urban flooding.
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Broward County, FL Jan 27
Heavy rainfall and severe weather threat for Broward predicted to continue this afternoon. Stay safe and informed.
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Broward County, FL Jan 27
RT: NWSMiami: Tornado Warning including Coconut Creek FL, Pompano Beach FL, Tamarac FL until 10:00 AM EST
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Broward County, FL Jan 25
: Do not cross a street when a Don’t Walk signal is flashing. There’s no time to safely cross before the light changes.
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Broward County, FL Jan 22
Cold weather advisory issued for ; lows in mid 40s this weekend. shelters will open.
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Broward County, FL Jan 22
: Watch out for entrances to parking lots. Always check for cars entering or exiting the parking lot.
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Broward County, FL Jan 20
: In rainy weather, allow extra time for a vehicle to stop. Don’t let umbrellas or jacket hoods block your view of traffic.
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Broward County, FL Jan 19
: Most pedestrian deaths occur between 6pm to 12am. Wear bright or reflective clothing when walking at night. Use a flashlight.
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Broward County, FL Jan 14
: Avoid walking on streets with no sidewalks or crosswalks. But if you have to, remember to walk facing traffic.
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Broward County, FL Jan 13
: Don’t take “No Right Turn On Red” signs for granted. Always check for turning vehicles before stepping off the curb.
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Broward County, FL Jan 11
: Make eye contact with drivers when crossing busy streets & continue to watch out for traffic while in the crosswalk.
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Broward County, FL Jan 8
: Don’t cross mid-block on a street or between parked cars. Drivers are not expecting this action & you may be hit.
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Broward County, FL Jan 6
: Don’t be distracted when crossing a street. Remember, Heads Up – Phone Down – Headphones Off!
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Broward County, FL Jan 4
: In 2015, 79 pedestrians were killed walking on Broward streets. We’ll provide safety tips to help keep you safe this year.
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Broward County, FL Dec 30
Avoid being a target for post-holiday burglars. Keep broken-down gift boxes inside until the evening before your regular garbage pick-up.
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