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Readygov Aug 12
Did you know that water is the biggest threat to life during hurricanes? Historically, is one of the leading causes of hurricane-related deaths. Know your risk. If you live in a coastal area, be prepared with an evacuation plan:
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MDOT 13h
We are now in peak Atlantic . Don't wait — plan your hurricane evacuation route today, not when a storm is on its way. Learn more at .
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FEMA Region 6 Aug 19
Protect the life you've built with flood insurance. Know the types of flood risk in your area by visiting our Flood Map Service Center at: .
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Readygov Aug 13
is fast & dangerous flooding caused by winds. 🔎 Find out your risk with ’s hazard maps:
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Readygov Aug 16
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Watch out for these common hazards after a storm: ☣ Contaminated floodwaters ⚡️ Downed power lines 🏠 Gas leaks Learn more:
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Bay Pines VAHCS Aug 18
Emergencies can happen at any time. Does your family know how to get in touch with each other if you are not all together? Before an emergency happens, have a family discussion to determine who wold be your out of state point of contact.
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Readygov Aug 12
Jim didn’t evacuate from his home in Mexico Beach, FL before Hurricane Michael hit last year. He describes the storm surge as a “wall of water” that threatened lives and destroyed houses. kills. Make sure you’re prepared:
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Readygov Aug 16
An important part of is knowing how to stay safe after the storm. Always follow the directions of local authorities to know when it’s safe to go home. 👉 Before the next storm, follow your local, county & state officials so you get the info when it matters!
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DelilahBorden3@gmail Aug 16
": Hurricane season starts June 1st so brush up on Tropical knowledge during Week! Can't wait? Then che… "
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FEMA Region 9 Aug 19
Those living in areas susceptible to hurricanes and typhoons need to know the dangers of . Over 20 ft. of water can be produced and pushed towards the shore and several miles inland destroying property and endangering lives in its path.
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Miss Liz Aug 19
Because acronyms change and you need to keep up! At the "bunker" Macgyver's first FEMA course :-) — at Nassau County, OEM - LI
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Readygov Aug 14
Why do you always hear “Turn Around, Don’t Drown”? Nearly 90% of deaths from tropical cyclones are water-related. ⛔ Don’t put yourself and others at risk by driving though floodwaters. Learn more:
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TDLR 10h
Nothing in the Gulf of Mexico (yet), but here's something to think about: is fast & dangerous flooding caused by winds. 🔎 Find out your risk with ⁦⁩’s hazard maps: h/t for the great info
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Lutza Consulting and Contracting Firm Aug 16
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Georgia EM&HS Aug 13
NOAA's updated Hurricane Outlook for 2019: Named storms predicted: 10-17 Hurricanes: 5-9 Major hurricanes: 2-4 . Are you prepared? Go to and click on Ready Georgia for tips!
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FDLE Aug 19
As the past few years have shown us, hurricanes can upend lives in the blink of an eye. Don't wait until an approaching storm clouds your judgment (and your local stores are out of supplies). Visit to make your plan today!
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MEMA Aug 19
Do You Remember? Today marks the 28 year anniversary of which was the last hurricane to make landfall in Southern New England. resources:
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Miami-Dade County EM Aug 17
The FREE Ready Miami-Dade mobile app has everything you need to be ready for a hurricane. Get easy access to the official Hurricane Readiness Guide with info. Download today! iOS: Android:
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HarrisonCountyMS Aug 17
Hurricane Camille 50th anniversary memorial in Harrison County
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