More than 2,200 all-hazard weather radios will be distributed to all of the counties in the state thanks to the Indiana Department of Homeland Security.
Residents who are particularly vulnerable to the damaging effects of severe weather, those who cannot afford a device, mobile and prefabricated homeowners, and others who may not be able to receive weather alerts by traditional means may be provided a radio.
A potentially life-saving piece of technology will be available for free to some Marshall County residents. Tomorrow morning, the Marshall County Emergency Management Agency will be distributing all-hazard weather radios to those most at risk from the threat of severe weather. These include people who live in mobile homes or homes without a basement, the elderly, and those with special needs. Continue reading