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Recent News on Hurricane Sandy from DEMA - Delaware City
Saturday, October 27, 2012

Recent News from the Delaware Emergency Management Agency Governor Advises Residents To Make Plans for Arrival of Hurricane Sandy With the strong possibility Hurricane Sandy will significantly affect Delaware, Governor Markell is urging residents and visitors to prepare for the storm. A combination of rain, wind and tides indicate the Hurricane Sandy could impact the entire state.October 26, 2012 Troopers Continue Preparations for TS/Hurricane Sandy The Delaware State Police continue to plan and make preparations for the possible arrival of TS/Hurricane Sandy. We are working with all local and state agencies to monitor and assess the most current weather forecasts as to determine potential issues which may negatively impact the motoring public, and to establish the most efficient means to mitigate any preventable problems.October 26, 2012 DPH Urges Delawareans: Prepare For Flooding From Sandy With a potential for Hurricane Sandy’s rains and wind to bring flooding to Delaware, the Division of Public Health (DPH) reminds Delawareans of the importance of observing the following guidelines during and after a flood.October 26, 2012 DNREC Division of Fish & Wildlife facilities, Delaware State Parks will close at 5 p.m. Sunday Oct. 28 until further notice for expected storm All Delaware State Parks and DNREC Division of Fish & Wildlife facilities – including state wildlife areas – will close at 5 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 28 in anticipation of Hurricane/Tropical Storm Sandy’s projected path through and impact on the Mid-Atlantic region, including Delaware.October 26, 2012 DelDOT is preparing for a possible major storm The men and women of the Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT) are spending today doing all they can to prepare for the possibility of a major storm striking Delaware, and many will be working over the weekend to ensure the state's transportation system is as secure as possible.October 26, 2012 DelDOT makes advance preparations for Hurricane Sandy As Hurricane Sandy moves along the East Coast of the United States, senior officials from the Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT) are monitoring the reports from the National Weather Service, and the Delaware Emergency Management Agency. They have instructed DelDOT crews to begin preparations in case the storm impacts our state.October 26, 2012 Delaware National Guard prepares to support State This weekend the Delaware National Guard will be tracking Hurricane Sandy and planning to support the citizens of Delaware should the storm impact our state.

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