Emergency Management Tips and Information You Should Know
Emergency Situations could be any of the following: winter storm, extended power outage, hurricane, gas or water main rupture, aviation accident, hazardous material spill, conflagration.
In the Event of a Disaster or impending weather emergency, tune to radio stations wjda, wbz or local cable channel 10 (Comcast) or channel 35 (Verizon) for continuous bulletins and updates.
Always Keep a Working Flashlight and portable radio with the proper batteries for each.
Know Your Area of Town and where the shelter is located in case you are forced to evacuate or relocate temporarily
Hull Memorial School
81 Central Avenue
If Traveling by Auto prepare an alternate route to leave your neighborhood in the event that the usual route is blocked or cut off.
New Mothers should always keep a "baby pack" ready with extra diapers, bottles, formula and at lease one change of clothes.
Families, particularly those in flood prone areas, should have a "family evacuation kit" which should include the following: blankets, flashlight w/batteries, prescribed medications, toilet paper, personal hygiene articles (brush, comb, toothpaste and toothbrushes etc)
Senior Citizens should keep all necessary medications in easily accessible locations along with any special notes or instructions required for their well being.
Should an Emergency Be Declared and you need to be evacuated, do not call the police or fire departments! in such situations, emergency operators will be on duty in the e.o.c. (emergency operations center) call (781) 925- 8123 and the evacuation vehicle will be dispatched to your location.
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