Austin Preparedness Guide
By Austin HSEM
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Published: Sep. 09, 2011
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City of Austin Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management preparedness guide for residents of Austin, Texas. Designed to address natural and man-made hazards most likely to affect Central Texas
City of Austin Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management preparedness guide for residents of Austin, Texas. Designed to address natural and man-made hazards most likely to affect Central Texas, such as: wildfires, fires, flooding, thunder and lightning, winter weather, extreme heat, tornadoes, household hazards, chemical hazards, pandemic flu and terrorism. Also includes instructions for how to guild an emergency supply kit.
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