Disasters can happen anytime, anywhere. A tornado, highway hazmat spill or terrorism incident could confine your family at home or require immediate evacuation. Disasters or emergencies could cut off basic services of gas, water, electricity and telephone for days or even weeks. When disaster strikes you may not have time to respond. By taking a little time now to plan for emergencies, you can provide for your family.
Emergency Phone Numbers
|All Emergencies in Huron County||911|
|Huron County EMA||419-663-5772|
|Huron County General Health District||419-668-1652|
|Fisher-Titus Medical Center||419-668-8101|
|Poison Control Center||800-222-1222|
|American Red Cross||800-589-2286|
|National Weather Service||216-265-2370|
Local Radio Stations
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The primary responsibility of the Emergency Management Agency and Office of Homeland Security is to provide professional mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery services that save lives, reduce injuries and economic loss, and enhance recovery from disasters and terrorist attacks. The primary responsibility of the Huron County General Health District is to protect the Health of Huron County citizens by collaborating with county agencies in a public health emergency or disaster. Fisher-Titus Medical Center is here to help when a health crisis happens. We work in collaboration with other area agencies to prepare for emergencies/disasters.
Information provided by:
Huron County Emergency Management Agency
Huron County General Health District
Fisher-Titus Medical Center
Representatives from these organizations are willing to speak to your group or organization.