Be Prepared This Summer
June 12, 2019Jim Oswald

This summer we may experience heatwaves, power outages, or poor air quality. Are you and your elderly friends and family ready?

Know where your emergency kit is: You should include items such as water, non-perishable food, medicine, and a flashlight.

Make a plan with family, friends, or neighbors to check on you: In the event of an emergency, ask a friend to knock on your door if they have not heard from you.

Receive notifications: If you have a mobile phone signup for AlertSF to receive information via text. To sign up, text “sign up” to 888-777 or visit: www.alertsf.org

Be informed: Tune into current information

Radio: 740 AM or 810 AM

TV: local news station

Internet: www.sf72.org

For information on how to get prepared visit:

www.sf72.org

or

www.redcross.org/get-help/how-to-prepare-for-emergencies.html

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