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believe it or not the best way to report stuff fast is thru a program like a facebook type application ! it is fast and to your phone ! this is a nice site but not practical for emergency use! We all are on facebook ! Just Saying
Tornado Watch and Thunderstorm Warning for Southern Michigan
---- Monroe ----
! Tornado Watch !
Issued at: 8:03 PM EDT on March 12, 2012, expires at: 3:00 AM EDT on March
Tornado Watch 74 remains in effect until 300 am EDT for the
. Michigan counties included are
Genesee Huron Lapeer
Lenawee Livingston Macomb
Monroe Oakland St. Clair
Sanilac Tuscola Washtenaw
Count me in. My husband always calls from work if there's anything going on, so for now, I can cover The Bronx, NY and going east. (I can only cover the City when he's working though. )
But as far as eastern Suffolk, and Long Island Sound warnings-I'm your girl.
You never know how strong you are, until being strong is your only choice
I reside in Ottawa, Canada. I think this is a great idea, and I am happy to contribute. Has anyone with programming skills also considered some kind of an integrated map, where we could 'click' on our location and report an incident? That would be extremely useful...
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Reporting here from Northern WA State nothing to report. Another idea for watching for disasters is listening to your local scanner as that is the first response generally before it hits the news. I have over 100 frequencies from our Staters, local Sheriff, fire, Feds, border patrol etc etc
ALL PREPPERS PLEASE BE ADVISED...
My mother is an RN currently working at a hospital in Tallahassee, FL. She came home this morning and informed my father and I that there is currently a SEVERE FLU OUTBREAK in Tallahassee. She reported that these flu patients are in the worst shape she has ever seen. A 40-year-old patient in perfect health, non smoker, never sick died this morning from complications resulting from the flu. She was in the hospital two days ago and had nothing to indicate that the flu had progressed this far. It was eating through her lungs all night before she finally passed away, leaving behind 4 young, UNVACCINATED children.
I urge everyone to get their flu shots and to stock up on plastic sheeting, duct tape, antibiotics, and antibacterial soaps BEFORE word of this outbreak gets to the general public. If it is in Tallahassee it is undoubtedly in other places throughout this country, and we all know how quickly the flu spreads.
"Strong is fighting! It's hard, and it's painful, and it's every day. It's what we have to do. And we can do it together." -Buffy the Vampire Slayer, to Angel
I will contribute what I can as well. I am in Central Pennsylvania, conviently located between TMI, Peach Bottom and Limerick!
Just to add a recommendation:
What if the National Disaster Alert reporting was broken up into 3 sections....
1. Natural Disasters - Tornadoes, Hurricanes, Floods, Earthquakes, Solar Flares causing an X-factor EMP event, Asteroid Strike, major sinkholes...etc...
2. Medical Emergencies - Pandemics, Outbreaks, and Radiation monitoring that effect people and livestock.
3. Man-Made Disasters - War, Terrorism, EMP events, Planes Trains and Automobile accidents effecting many people, Commercial Plant accidents that could effect the surrounding population and anything else that is man made and could effect many people.
Nothing ever happens where I live, way out here in the country. Nashville Police plan to keep their runners in the marathon safe. That's about 30 miles from where we live and we don't run.
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