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State officials monitor weather crisis

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By The Staff

SANTA FE — The Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management wants to remind New Mexicans to reach out to neighbors, friends and family and those less fortunate during this extreme cold. 
A simple telephone call or welfare check can sometimes make the difference between a happy ending and tragedy.
Make sure elderly family members and friends have enough medication, food, water and fuel during these cold days when they may not be able to get out. For the disabled and shut-ins, a home visit can make all the difference in the world.
Providing needed transportation can be a big help as well.
It’s also very important to make sure pets have enough food and water.
The department continues to monitor this extreme weather event on a 24/7 basis with a round the clock duty officer and communications with emergency managers and local officials in municipalities, counties and tribal entities around the state helping to facilitate aid when local resources are stretched.  
The New Mexico Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management was established to enhance the State’s ability to coordinate efforts for the prevention, preparedness and response to all hazards, including terrorism.


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