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Wildfire Safety in Southern California

5/8/2019 (Permalink)

In Southern California we are fortunate enough to not suffer from tornadoes or hurricanes or tsunamis. But we do however have to deal with fire season towards the end of every calendar year. The fires within recent years remind us all how important wildfire safety really is, as well as how important it is for us to remain in safe areas and protect our health. One of the far-reaching effects of wildfires are their significant reduction of our air quality.  Our eyes and respiratory system are susceptible to damage even if we a hundreds of miles away from wildfires. You should always follow instruction from firefighters, first responders, and policemen as to when you should stay indoors and when you should evacuate. The easiest way to protect yourself is to wear eye protection and an air quality mask to help your breathing and eyes. Wear clothing that will cover you from violent winds picking up debris and any dust as well. If the wildfire does reach your home wait for the authorities to give you the okay to reenter and then immediately call the storm restoration experts at SERVPRO of Simi Valley.

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