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Police give helpful tips of disaster preparedness

April 23, 2014

BREMEN- The weather is warm and finally seeming like Spring! A time when everyone seems to be outside either playing, walking the dog or working in the garden or yard. While it is a wonderful time of year, here in the Midwest it is also the season that we find severe weather alerts including tornados.
So while everyone is picking up grass seed, flowers and chalk for kids, be sure to prepare ahead when the weather is nice "just in case" noted Bremen Fire Chief Matt Neher and Bremen Police Chief, Matt Hassel as well as Director of Marshall County Emergency Management Clyde Avery, who agree that the main priority is planning ahead, making sure everyone has the necessary equipment as well as the whole family informed of what to do in emergencies, including children.

** To read the entire story, see the April 23 edition of the Bremen Enquirer.

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