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Emergency Preparedness: Be Informed About Food and Water Safety

 Hurricanes and Floods: Key Tips for Consumers About Food and Water Safety

 Flooded Titusville Street 2005

Hopefully, Titusville will end the 2010 hurricane season on November thirtieth without any impacts from tropical weather systems.  In addition to hoping, however, begin your preparations today on what to do in the event you and your family must confront keeping your food and water safe.

Be Prepared:

When Flooding Occurs:

 

For further information or links to government sites regarding emergency preparedness and safety tips, visit FEMA website www.ready.gov or contact Titusville Fire and Emergency Services at 383-5708, www.titusville.com.  Remember to:

GET A KIT, GET A PLAN, BE INFORMED!





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