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Crime E-lert (Re: Weekend Weather Conditions)

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  • Smith, Yvonne (MPD)
    See email below from the D.C. Homeland Security & Emergency Management Agency: http://hsema.dc.gov/dcema/site/default.asp DC Gov t Alerts:
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 3, 2008
      Important Information Re: Hanna

      See email below from the D.C. Homeland Security & Emergency Management Agency: http://hsema.dc.gov/dcema/site/default.asp


      DC Gov’t Alerts:  http://app.72hours.dc.gov/alerts_live/viewrecord.asp?id=58&page=1 or http://www.dc.gov (See Alerts)


      For information about Hanna, see the link to the Weather Channel:  http://www.weather.com/


      From: Groomes, Diane (MPD)
      Sent: Wednesday, September 03, 2008 12:48 PM
      To: Smith, Yvonne (MPD)
      Subject: FW: Important Information Re: Hanna


      pls send out to listserves pls


      From: Alert DC [mailto:alert3328@...]
      Sent: Wed 9/3/2008 12:23 PM
      To: Alert DC Users
      Subject: Important Information Re: Hanna

      To Alert DC Subscribers: 
      District residents are urged to begin preparing now for the possibility of severe weather this weekend.  Early forecasts indicate the possibility that the District will be impacted by Hanna, which is expected to reach the District on Saturday.  The storm may bring heavy rains and high winds. 
      Residents are urged to review their family plan to be sure information is current and up-to-date.  Among the points to consider are what you would do if you and your family members were separated or if an emergency occurred while your child was at school and your were at work.  More information about how to make a plan is available at on line at http://eic.rrc.dc.gov/eic/cwp/view.asp?a=1272&q=567962&cat=2.   
      Residents should also prepare an emergency kit that includes non-perishable food and water (one gallon per person per day) for at least 3 to 5 days.  Medical supplies, a flashlight, a battery-powered radio and extra batteries, along with supplies for infants or pets should also be included.  For additional information about how to make a kit, visit  
      A battery- or crank-powered radio will help residents stay informed in the event of electrical outrages.  Information will be available on all major media outlets, and on DC Cable Channel 13 and 16.   Additional information about hurricanes and protective actions you can take can be viewed at the following site: 

      Sent by DC HSEMA to e-mail, pagers, cell phones


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