Milford Fire Department urges residents to stay prepared

The Milford Fire Department urged residents to remain prepared for emergency situations even though Hurricane Isabel has passed.Always prepared for the worst, the Milford Fire Department said the public needs to be the same way. Battalion Chief Robert Healey said he thinks some may be taking the wrong approach. "Ninety-two was our last storm, we're do for something to happen," Healey said.The fire department said it's also a good idea to have an emergency kit filled with bottled water, canned food and a battery powered radio just in case. The Bridgeport Home Depot has already seen two or three generators returned since they weren't needed during the storm.

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