Hurricane season has started and many of the warnings are gearing towards coastal regions. Although Bradford County is not on the coast, it still has to worry about many areas including enviromental concerns. Bradford county emergency managment planner Michael Heeder says they are preparing for what hurricanes could bring ,including high wind event spawning off tornadoes and flooding which can bring a lot of damage. You can visit the Bradford County website www.Bradfordcountyfl.gov for more information on shelters and safety tips.
Inland counties not immune from hurricanes
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