Plan Alternative Power for Medicine, Special Needs
As Hurricane Irene approaches, the potential impact in the Fairfax County area includes flooding from heavy rains and high winds resulting in power outages.
As power crews up and down the east coast work to restore power, there remains a strong possibility for extended power outages. People who rely upon power for refrigerating medicines, recharging mobility devices, and providing power for durable medical equipment, must consider alternative power sources.
For people with special needs, please visit our registry at http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/specialneeds/.
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