Due to the high potential for loss of general City services and utilities, it is HIGHLY recommended that all citizens, especially those requiring scheduled medical treatment, such as dialysis, chemotherapy, etc., evacuate the City immediately. It is much more likely that these services will remain available in areas unaffected by the impending weather event. Please DO NOT rely, or assume, that these services will remain available locally as this could be detrimental to your health.
Press Release -Reference Medical Treatments
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About the Author: Carol Riley
Officer Carol Riley is a 29 year veteran of the Beaumont Police Department. She hired on in 1992 and is currently assigned to Beaumont Police Community Relations Unit. She is a law enforcement coordinator for Southeast Texas Crime Stoppers and a Public Information Officer for City of Beaumont Emergency Management.