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People who May Be Threatened by a Wildland Fire Need to Be Ready to Leave Quickly


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NOW THAT A WILDLAND-FIRE MAY BE THREATENING THE AREA, IT'S IMPORTANT TO BE AWARE OF THE CURRENT SITUATION--AND TO BE READY TO LEAVE QUICKLY, IF ASKED.  THAT'S ACCORDING TO CHIEF RHODA MAE KERR--PRESIDENT OF THE "INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF FIRE-CHIEFS"...

(KERR):
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TAKE THE TIME TO PACK YOUR EMERGENCY-ITEMS--AND STAY AWARE OF THE LATEST EMERGENCY-UPDATES, FROM LOCAL MEDIA, LOCAL FIRE-DEPARTMENTS, AND PUBLIC-SAFETY OFFICIALS.  YOU SHOULD ALSO ACT EARLY, AND FOLLOW YOUR PERSONAL WILDLAND-FIRE ACTION-PLAN--IN ADDITION TO FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS FROM LOCAL FIRE- AND LAW-ENFORCEMENT-PERSONNEL.  DOING SO WILL NOT ONLY ASSIST IN EVERYONE'S SAFETY--BUT WILL ALSO ALLOW FIREFIGHTERS TO BEST MANEUVER RESOURCES, TO MITIGATE THE FIRE.  DURING BOTH EVACUATION AND RE-ENTRY, IT'S IMPORTANT TO COOPERATE WITH LOCAL AUTHORITIES--BY FOLLOWING THE ADVICE AND GUIDANCE OF THESE PROFESSIONALS.  WE ENCOURAGE YOU TO BE 'READY' WITH PREPAREDNESS-UNDERSTANDING; TO BE 'SET' WITH SITUATIONAL AWARENESS, WHEN FIRE THREATENS; AND TO 'GO' EARLY, WHEN A FIRE STARTS."

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TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE "READY, SET, GO!"-PROGRAM, VISIT "WILDLAND-FIRE-R-S-G"-DOT-ORG.



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