Hurricane Sandy Heads for Montgomery County: Live Chat With Fire, Rescue Official
Have questions about the storm and how to prepare? Find out what Bill Delaney of Montgomery County Fire and Rescue had to say to Patch users.
UPDATE 9:40 PM - Chat ended
Montgomery County officials, first responders and citizens are preparing for what may be massive power outages, flooding and damage from Hurricane Sandy.
Click above and join the live chat on how you are preparing for the storm and monitor what public safety officials say about what to expect and how to be ready.
You can participate via Twitter by using the hashtags #HurricaneSandy #Sandy #Frankenstorm and #MDStorm.
Or simply type inside the chat box by clicking above. Ask questions there or in comments below.
Joining us Sunday night is Bill Delaney, the program manager for Community Life Safety and Social Media in Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Services' Office of the Fire Chief.
He'll be providing storm preparation and safety information and answering readers' storm-related questions.
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