Red Cross Urges Everyone to Get Ready for Emergencies

National Preparedness Month

 


GREAT FALLS — It’s National Preparedness Month, a time when the American Red Cross of Montana encourages people across our state to create a fire escape plan so that everyone knows what to do if a fire happens in their home.

“Large-scale disasters like wildfires and floods always make the news but the most common disaster threat people face across our country is a fire in their home,” said Diane Wright, Executive Director of Montana Red Cross. “Here in Montana, we respond to home fires almost every day. We urge residents to develop a fire escape plan and practice it with everyone...



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