- Know your community’s evacuation plan and identify several escape routes in case roads are blocked;
- Keep your car fueled and in good condition. Keep emergency supplies and a change of clothes in your car; and
- Make arrangements now if you will need to share transportation or use public transportation.
Wednesday, August 05, 2015
Wildfire Evacuation #OKfire #OKready #tweko
Wildfires have recently struck parts of the U.S. forcing many residents to leave their homes. These fires can occur at any time throughout the year, but the potential is always higher during periods of little to no rainfall, which make grass and trees burn more easily.
When a wildfire threatens your area, the best action to protect yourself and your family is to evacuate early to avoid being trapped. The America’s PrepareAthon! How to Prepare for a Wildfire guide offers valuable information to protect your family during a wildfire. On page five of the guide, you’ll find tips to help you prepare for an evacuation, including:
If you drive during an evacuation and there is smoke, drive carefully because visibility may be reduced. Also, keep your headlights on and watch for other vehicles and fleeing wildlife.
Take disaster preparedness to the next level. Download the new Wildfire Safety Toolkit from the Ready campaign and America’s PrepareAthon! to share wildfire safety tips with family and friends today!
Posted by KC5FM at 1:58 PM
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