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Tri-fold handout fact sheet with information on preventing and treating heat exhaustion/stroke.

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This is a fact sheet containing helpful information for those with special needs preparing for an evacuation.

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Hurricane season begins June 1, but don’t wait until then to prepare for a disaster. If you live in a hurricane evacuation zone and have special needs, plan ahead of time.

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Source:  National Fire Protection Association

NFPA®’s Firewise Communities® is a national wildfire safety program that plays a critical role in areas outside the jurisdiction of government entities: private land in the wildland/urban interface.

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Tremendous amounts of rain can fall over a short period of time resulting in flooding of low-lying areas. With this flooding comes the problem of various “critters” trying to find safe, dry ground. In areas of Texas infested with the red imported fire ant, Solenopsis invicta Buren, these ants and their colonies can present a potentially serious medical threat to people and animals during times of flooding.

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