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Posted on: September 14, 2018

[ARCHIVED] DoCo Receives National Guard Resources


The Department of Emergency Services has requested eight high water vehicles and support staff from the National Guard to support potential flood related events and been approved.  These resources will arrive this morning to support local efforts already in place. We appreciate this collaborative effort from federal, state and local agencies to support the residents and businesses within our communities.


“Residents are urged to report roads that appear to be impassable to Dorchester County Emergency Services at 410-228-2222, and stay tuned to local television and radio for the most up to date information.” Anna Sierra, Director of Emergency Services said Friday morning.


If travel is necessary do not attempt to drive through water of unknown depth.  




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If you are in a life threatening situation, please call 911.  

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