As Hurricane Florence threatens to ravage the east coast residents of the Carolinas and Virginia scramble to prepare for the wrath of Mother Nature.
Currently classified as a Category 4 hurricane, the promise of strong winds and heavy rainfall threaten to push Florence into, or at least close to, Category 5 status.
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So, preparation is essential. Here are a few emergency numbers to keep on hand.
Richmond Police Dept., Emergency: 911, Non-Emergency or to file a Police Report: (804) 646-5100
Fire Department City of Richmond, 201 E. Franklin St., Richmond, VA, 23219, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Phone: (804)646-2500
Non-Emergency Information, Phone: 311
VA Department of Emergency Management, 10501 Trade Court, North Chesterfield, VA 23236, Email: email@example.com, Phone: (804) 897-6500
Henrico County Department of Emergency Management, Phone: (804) 501-4900, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Henrico County Police (non-emergency), Phone: (804) 501-5000 (24 Hours)
Henrico County Mental Health Emergency Services, Phone: (804) 727-8484
Dominion Energy, Phone: (866) 366-4357
American Red Cross
Richmond Office (Regional Headquarters), 420 East Cary Street, Richmond, VA 23219, Phone: (804) 780-2250
22 West Washington Street, Petersburg, Virginia 23805, Phone: (804) 733-5711
1030 Cowford Road, Halifax, Virginia 24558, Phone: (434) 476-7320
3715 Strawberry Plns, Williamsburg, Virginia 23188, Phone: (757) 253-0228, 1403 Mahone Ave Building 0928A, Fort Lee, Virginia 23801, Phone: (804) 734-6371
In case of a medical emergency or fire, please call 911.
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