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One Month Into Hurricane Season, South Floridians Unprepared

One Month Into Hurricane Season, South Floridians Unprepared

Nearly a month into the 2014 Atlantic hurricane season, there's the usual concern that the local population has become apathetic when it comes to the possibility of a storm strike, since it  has been nearly nine years since South Florida experienced a hurricane.

One indication of possible complacency is the reported failure of the state's hurricane supply tax-free week.

Broward Emergency Management Director Miguel Ascarrunz says, at the very least, families should have an evacuation plan and a hurricane supply kit.

For all kinds of information, including supply lists and ideas for evacuation plans, click here.

To download the home damage assessment app for use in the future, click here.

For storm surge risk information and maps, click here.

 

 

 

 

(Photo: NASA / 2005 NASA)

 

 

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