Saturday, July 21, 2007

Twin Cities Forecast Calls for Excessive Heat--Dial 211 for Safety Tips

The summer heat will be cranking up again in the Twin Cities area this next week. Starting tomorrow a 7-10 day stretch of extreme heat 90+ is forecasted for the Twin Cities.

The United Way wants to get the word out that assistance is just a phone call away. For tips on how to deal with the heat, residents of the Twin Cities metro can dial 211 on a land line to be connected with the First Call for Help information line. Operators are trained and ready to answer callers’ questions on where they can go for to escape the heat, what are the symptoms of heat stroke and tips on the best ways to cool off. Stay cool and stay safe in the heat!
Cell phone user? Call 651-291-0211.
And don’t forget that kids and pets should not be left in hot vehicles in this weather…Cars heat up very quickly and can be deadly!
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