What To Do If You See A Downed Power Line & other info
With the continuing stormy weather, expect high winds and always a potential for localized flooding in poor drainage areas. Winds could topple trees and power lines, especially for locations that are susceptible to winds. Soggy ground reduces stability. Stay tuned to local radio and television stations for the latest weather information or you can call the National Weather Service 24 hour weather line at 831-656-1725. Local radio kwmr.org: 90.5 FM in Point Reyes Station; 89.9 FM, Bolinas; 92.3 FM, San Geronimo Valley.
Please do not call 911 unless you have an emergency.
Know what to do if you see a downed power line: https://www.pge.com/en_US/safety/electrical-safety/what-to-do-if-you-see-a-downe...
• Slow Down
• Maintain a safe following distance
• Don't try to cross standing bodies of water
• Stay out of flooded areas.
To receive Nixle alerts, text your zipcode to 888777. Sign up at alertmarin.org for automatic phone calls. Follow @marinsheriff on twitter for updates..
~posted by pointreyesdisastercouncil.org
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