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Our Thoughts And Prayers Go Out To Everyone Impacted Directly,
As Well As Those Who have Friends And Family Affected.
Please Check Out These Few Tips From FEMA, You And Your Family’s Safety Come First.


  • Avoid debris, downed power lines, and flood water, which may be electrically charged and hide dangerous debris or places where the ground is washed away. Avoid downed power or utility lines as they may be live with deadly voltage. Stay away and report them immediately to your power or utility company.
  • Emergency workers may be assisting people in flooded areas or cleaning up debris. You can help them by staying off the roads and out of the way as much as possible.
  • If your home has flood water inside or around it, don’t walk or wade in it.The water may be contaminated by oil, gasoline, or raw sewage.
  • If you have a flooded basement in your home, never attempt to turn off power or operate circuit breakers while standing in water.
  • If your power is out, safely use a generator or battery-operated flashlights.
  • Never use a generator inside a home, basement, shed or garage even if doors and windows are open.
  • Keep generators outside and far away from windows, doors and vents. Read both the label on your generator and the owner’s manual and follow the instructions.
  • Avoid plugging emergency generators into electric outlets or hooking them directly to your home’s electrical system – they can feed electricity back into the power lines, putting you and line workers in danger.


Road conditions, traffic, severe weather, and gas are all factors to consider after Hurricane Irma. If you evacuated for the storm, check with local officials both where you’re staying and back home before you travel.

Here are a few more travel tips:

  • Let friends & family know before you leave and when you arrive
  • Charge devices and consider getting back-up batteries in case power-outages continue
  • Fill up your gas tank and consider downloading a fuel app to check for outages along your route
  • Bring supplies such as water and non-perishable food for the car ride

Survivors should expect and prepare for significant, ongoing impacts, and disruptions to daily activities, and remember that returning home before storm debris is cleared is dangerous