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: Teach kids to call 911 for help & learn their full name & address. Never practice dialing 911 with a child.
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Broward County, FL Jan 18
: Seniors often call family members first in an emergency, delaying medical care.
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Broward County, FL Jan 18
: Cell phones with no active service can still call 911 as long as there is battery life. Don’t give to a child as a toy.
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Broward County, FL Jan 14
: Until first responders arrive, the 911 dispatcher may give you instructions. Listen carefully & follow directions.
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Broward County, FL Jan 13
: If you accidentally call 911, stay on the line, let dispatcher know the error. If you hang up, 911 will call to insure you are OK.
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Broward County, FL Jan 11
Business Damage Assessment Survey available for FLL incident to help the State assess the economic impact locally.
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Broward County, FL Jan 11
: Never program 911 into your phone’s memory, speed dial or contacts. Accidental calls can be easily made.
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FLHSMV Jan 10
FLOW mobiles will be at today until 5pm. Today is the last day that FLOWs will be onsite. Pls plan for line & issuance times.
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Broward County, FL Jan 10
Travelers needing ID can get Gov't issued ID on lower level of airport between Terminals 1 & 2 until 5 PM. Look for large bus marked DMV.
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Broward County Gov Jan 9
Airport Update on Process for Reuniting Passengers with Luggage and Personal Items.
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Ft. Laude-Hlwd Int'l Jan 9
If you have already called about your lost items, the airline and/or baggage company will contact you.
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Ft. Laude-Hlwd Int'l Jan 8
Travelers needing ID can get gov't issued ID on the lower level between Terminals 1&2. Look for the large blue/white busses.
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Ft. Laude-Hlwd Int'l Jan 7
Travelers that need ID now get gov't issued ID on the lower level between Terminals 1 and 2. Look for the large busses marked DMV.
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Broward County Gov Jan 7
Call center is working 24/7 to answer airport passenger calls. Thank you for your patience & understanding More info
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Broward County Gov Jan 7
has reopened. Terminal 2 remains closed until further notice. Learn more:
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Ft. Laude-Hlwd Int'l Jan 7
All roadways to are now open for passengers and employees. Check with your airline before leaving for the airport.
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Ft. Laude-Hlwd Int'l Jan 6
Details to come on how passengers who left their bags during the evacuation will be reunited with them.
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Ft. Laude-Hlwd Int'l Jan 6
The airport roadways are still closed to all incoming vehicles. Passengers with personel vehicles in the garages are leaving.
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Broward County Gov Jan 6
First Responders are focused on life safety first to evacuate individuals from the Airport. More...
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Port Everglades Jan 6
At this time normal operations have resumed at the Port all gates are open for entry and exit.
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