Long Island Hurricane Preparedness

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WELCOME BACK. THE LAIC HURRICANE SEASON IS OFFICIALLY UNDERWAY NOW LKONONISLAND SAY THEY ARE READY. COUNTY EXECUTIVES ANNOUNCED CHANGES TO HELP RESIDENTS WEATHER ANY NEW STORM. Reporter: 10 TO 16 TROPICAL STORMS ARE EXPECTED TO DEVELOP ALONG THE EAST COAST THIS HURRICANE SEASON. E AVERAGE IS 12. AS MANY AS FOUR OF THOSE STORMS ARE FORECAST TO BECOME MAJOR HURRICANES. UTILMPIEAND FIRST RESPONDERS ARE LETTING PEOPLE KNOW WHAT TO DO TO GET READY. LIKE SUFFOLK COUNTY CODE RED SYSTEM THAT SENDS TEXTS WHEN STORMS ARE NEAR. THEY’LL SIGN UP AND GET IMMEDIATE NOTIFY CATEGORIES TO THEIR CELL PHONE AND HOME PHONE. Reporter: CITING LESSONS LEARNED FROM SUPER STORM SANDY, RESIDENTS FORCED TO EVACUATE WILL NO LONGER BE SEPARATED FROM THEIR PETS. THIS YEAR WE HAVE COHAPPEN COHABITATING SHELTERS. Reporter: PGE TRIMMED THOUSANDS OF TREES AND MADE CIRCUIT UPGRADES TO BETTER WITH STAND STORMS. THE NGSLD RED CROSS SAYS IT HAS A FLEET OF MOBILE RELIEF TRAILERS. THEY ARE SPLIT IN NASSAU AND SUFFOLK COUNTY TO GET SUPPLIES TO FOLK WHO NEED THEM QUICKLY. Reporter: THE AGENCIES ARE AS PREPARED AS THEY CAN FOR THIS UPCOMING HURRICANE SEASON. LISLAND RESIDENTS NEED TO MAKE SURE THEY ARE TOO. NOW IS THE TIME FOR PEOPLE TO MAKE EMERGENCY KITS AND ESTABLISH A PLAN IN CASE THEY ARE SEPARATED FROM THEIR FAMILIES. THEY WA RESIDENTS PREPARED NOT SCARED. COTY EXECUTIVES SAY IN

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