TROPICAL STORM WARNING...
HARRISON COUNTY RESIDENTS IN FEMA TRAILERS!
From: Harrison County Emergency Management Filed 9/21/07 GCN 3:05 p.m.
SEVERE WEATHER IS HEADED THIS WAY. THE THREE MISSISSIPPI COASTAL COUNTIES ARE UNDER A TROPICAL STORM WARNING. ALL HARRISON COUNTY RESIDENTS SHOULD STAY TUNED TO LOCAL AUTHORITIES FOR INSTRUCTIONS.
HARRISON COUNTY RESIDENTS WHO LIVE IN FEMA TRAILERS OR MOBILE HOMES ESPECIALLY SHOULD SEEK SHELTER IN A STRUCTURALLY SOUND BUILDING. Residents are urged to prepare for evacuation to areas outside of Coastal Mississippi or seek shelter locally with family or friends preferably in a brick home or other sound structure.
In the event that you are unable to locate satisfactory shelter the Harrison County Emergency Management Agency, in conjunction with the American Red Cross, will provide a list of shelters of last resort within Harrison County.
Residents in need of emergency transportation assistance should call the coastal transit authority at 896-8080. For patients with special medical needs, please call 865-4111 or 865-1251 for more information.
Please monitor local television and radio stations for updates regarding possible shelters.