Thursday, July 13, 2017

Long Island CEO Meets with Community Partners to Discuss Hurricane Preparedness

Neela Lockel and community partners showcase the contents of a proper emergency kit in the event that a hurricane strikes.
Long Island Chapter CEO, Neela Lockel, joined government and community partners from Nassau County, Suffolk County, National Grid and PSEG Long Island on the eve of hurricane season to discuss hurricane readiness on Long Island, and the importance of being prepared for the unexpected. Hurricane season runs from June 1 through November 30.

“Preparedness is critical when it comes to life-threatening disasters such as hurricanes,” said Neela Lockel, CEO of the American Red Cross on Long Island. “It's important that families and individuals make time to build an emergency kit, create an evacuation plan, and download the new free Red Cross Emergency App to help make it through the next storm safely.”

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