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Fire - Safety Tip

Posted on: July 17, 2020

Taking Care of Our Neighbors

Heat-Emergencies

***According to statistics, each year more people die from "excessive heat events" than from hurricanes, lightning, tornadoes, floods and earthquakes combined.***

The Irving Fire Department asks everyone to please make a special effort to CHECK ON YOUR NEIGHBORS DURING A HEAT WAVE, especially if they are seniors, young children or people with special needs. Many older residents live alone and could suffer unnecessarily in the heat because they are isolated from friends and family. That is why we remind everyone to please TAKE CARE OF OUR NEIGHBORS.

For more information about heat waves and what to do, click on the following link: American Red Cross - Heat Wave

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