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Surviving the Winter Storm and Dialysis Patient Guidance During Inclement Weather

MEDIA CONTACT: Mark E. Brady, Chief Spokesperson, 240-508-7930 Winter weather is in the forecast for Prince George’s County and the men and women, career and volunteer, of your Fire/Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Department want everyone to remember “Safety First.” STAY PREPARED, STAY INFORMED, STAY SAFE • Stay prepared by checking your emergency preparedness kit and […]

Flat Roof Hazards with Heavy Snow Load

Buildings and structures with flat roofs are at a greater risk of collapse since the heavy wet snow has no room to slide off. This winter storm has left anywhere from 16 to 24 inches of snow on roof tops and the as additional accumulations is expects throughout the course of today. Fire/EMS Department officials […]

During the Storm Safety Tips

The Prince George’s County Fire/Emergency Medical Services Department continues to provide services to citizens and residents despite the challenges of impassable streets and extremely hazardous conditions. As snow removal crews continue fighting to clear roadways, Mother Nature is currently winning the battle to keeps roads blanketed in snow and in hazardous condition. Prince George’s County […]

Surviving the Winter Storm – Fire/EMS Tips

When weather forecasters predict snowfall amounts in feet – you know that we could be in for a long winter weekend indoors. That is exactly what the men and women of your Prince George’s County Fire/Emergency Medical Services Department want you to do – stay safely indoors. Fortunately this winter storm will occur over a […]