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Too Hot To Handle

It’s hot.. and getting hotter… the Nevada County’s Public Health Department issued an advisory earlier today to insure  people are  prepared for the upcoming days of temperatures reaching 100 degrees or higher. County Emergency Preparedness Coordinator, Patti Carter says everyone, but especially the old and the young, are at risk.
Click here to listen to Coordinator, Patti Carter

Carter offers some tips for hot weather:
Click here to listen to Coordinator, Patti Carter

Carter also says to protect your face and head by wearing a wide brimmed hat and pace your outdoor activities.
And she could not stress enough to never leave any person or animal in a closed vehicle.
Click here to listen to Coordinator, Patti Carter

If you or someone you know is experiencing heat related problems, please contact your private medical provider with any questions.

For additional information please call the warm-line at 530-265-7258, visit at the Office of Emergency Services Facebook page or mynevadacounty.com

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