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County Executive Leopold Urges Residents to Heed Flood Safety Precautions
Motorists should avoid standing water
Annapolis (August 18, 2010) - County Executive John R. Leopold today urged residents to observe storm safety tips as flooding is expected today.
“Flooding makes for dangerous road conditions and property damage, so we ask that citizens protect their homes and use caution on the roadways,” County Executive Leopold said. “Standing water can be very dangerous, so turn around instead of driving into standing water. As little as six inches of water can make you lose control of your vehicle.”
The National Weather Service has issued a flood warning for today for Central Maryland, and is calling for more rain throughout the afternoon. Stream rises will be slow and flash flooding is not expected, but a warning means flooding is imminent or has been reported.
Please note the following safety tips:
Act Now To Be Prepared
• Learn the safest route from your home or business to high, safe ground should you have to leave in a hurry.
The Hidden Danger - Low-Water Crossing
• Nearly half of all flash flood fatalities are vehicle related. When driving during flood conditions, look out for flooding at highway dips, bridges and low areas.
During the Flood
• Monitor the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA) Weather Radio or your local radio and TV station broadcasts for information.
Travel With Care
• Leave early to avoid being marooned on flooded roads.