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Preparing For A Potential Wildfire Evacuation

Emergency officials want you to be prepared in the event of a wildfire evacuation. Here's how.

Posted: Thu Jun 21 09:38:47 PDT 2018
Updated: Thu Jun 21 09:38:47 PDT 2018

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newswatch 12's cassandra mlynarek is live from jackson county's emergency management office in medford. she's been speaking with fire officials to find out how you can be prepared should a wildfire start near you. [e14]cml evac plans ii-stinger emergency management and law enforcement are the ones that will determine when there should be an evacuation for a wildfire. there are three levels to local evacuations - but there are some things you can do now to ensure a smooth evacuation for you and your family in the future. [e16]cml evac plans ii-vo take a look at your screen. this is something cal fire in siskiyou county is promoting... it's called the six p's and it's meant to help you get organized now vitamins, eyeglasses, pictures. personal computer hard drive. and plastic - your credit cards, atm cards, and cash. cal fire also tells me the bottom line is that you need to be prepared. [e17]cml evac hold of you that are out of the area." you can be notified about wildfire evacuation notices by signing up for your local alert system. jackson county and
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