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IMPORTANT INFORMATON REGARDING HURRICANE PREPARNESS
from NYS ASSEMBLYMAN ANDREW P. RAIA
Basic Recommended Supplies
□ Bottled Water (1-3gallons per person
per day)
□ Food (nonperishable, replace every
six months)
□ Battery-powered radio & extra
batteries
□ Flashlight with extra batteries and
extra bulb
□ First Aid Kit (see items listed)
□ Whistle to signal for help
□ Moist towelettes or baby wipes
□ Toiletries and personal hygiene
products
□ Manual can opener
□ Candles
□ Plastic sheeting and duct tape for
shelter
□ Unique family needs such as daily
prescription medications, infant
formula, diapers & important family
documents such as insurance
policies.
□ Wooden kitchen matches in plastic
container
□ Paper good & plasticware
□ Paper & pencils
Other General Items To Keep Handy in
the House during Hurricane Season
□ Camera & Film to record damage
□ Cash (ATM’s may not work)
□ Charcoal for grill, lighter fluid or full
tank of propane for gas grills
□ Extra Cell phone battery (charged)
□ Garbage bags
□ Lantern
□ Pet food & other pet needs
□ Sturdy rubber boots for floods
□ Special items for the elderly
□ Toilet tissue and paper towels
□ Work Gloves
Baby & Children’s Needs
□ Baby Formula & Nonperishable
foods
□ Toys (non-battery)
□ Diapers & diaper rash cream
□ Medications

First Aid Kit









Antiseptic spray
Aspirin & Medications
Hydrogen peroxide
Hypoallergenic adhesive tape
Ointment for burns & cuts
Small & large adhesive bandages
Scissors & Tweezers
Latex gloves

Documentation
□ Copies of homeowners, auto and life
insurance policies
□ Inventory list of property
□ Proof of residence
Other items









Blankets-sleeping bags
Extra clothing
Eye glasses
Rain gear
Tools- axe, knife, machete
Keys, house & car
Maps in case of detours
Reading material

□ Make sure you fill your car with gas
□ Limit opening the refrigerator or
freezer- unopened refrigerator will
keep foods cold enough for at least a
couple of hours. If the power outage
will last longer than 2–4 hours, pack
refrigerated milk, dairy products,
meats, fish, poultry, eggs and leftovers
in a cooler surrounded by ice. A
freezer that is half full will stay cold
up to 24 hours
IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS
LIPA 1-800-490-0075
Keyspan gas emergency 1-800-490-0045
American Red Cross 631-924-6700


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