Pennsylvania Joins Maryland & Virginia in State of Emergency Declarations

Pennsylvania Joins Maryland & Virginia in State of Emergency Declarations

Governor Tom Corbett of Pennsylvania has issued a State of Emergency Declaration, and join Maryland and Virginia and other states in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast preparing for Hurricane Sandy.
HAGERSTOWN, MD - Folks from all across the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast are preparing for the effects of Hurricane Sandy, and Pennsylvania is joining the list of states with Emergency Declarations.

Earlier on Friday, the Governors of Maryland and Virginia signed State of Emergency Declarations for their respective states, and Governor Tom Corbett has also signed a State of Emergency Declaration for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

State of Emergency Declarations pave the way for faster emergency response needs in those states, for such things as power restoration, flooding assistance and other things.

Click here for the official information from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

For more information on Virginia and Maryland's State of Emergency Declarations, click here: State of Emergency Declared for Maryland and Virginia in Advance of Sandy
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