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SOURCE Pennsylvania Department of Health
HARRISBURG, Pa., March 6, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- With some areas of Pennsylvania in the crosshairs of a potentially major winter storm, the Department of Health is reminding residents to follow common-sense safety tips to help keep themselves and their loved ones safe.
"This latest winter storm is expected to hit some areas of Pennsylvania hard, with heavy, wet snow and strong winds," Acting Secretary of Health Michael Wolf said. "These conditions can result in serious health hazards during and after the storm, including power outages, cold temperatures and snow removal dangers."
Wolf provided the following tips:
Visit www.health.state.pa.us for more winter weather safety information.
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