Fire departments prepare storm shelters in local Cleveland communities

BRUNSWICK, Ohio - Several fire departments and communities are working on opening storm shelters in the event of widespread power outages and storm damage.

In the event of significant storm damage and widespread power outages, Brunswick Hills Fire Station 1, located at 1918 Pearl Rd., Brunswick Hills Fire Station 2, located at 4875 Grafton Rd., and the Brunswick Hills Police Station will be activated as temporary shelters.

The news media and the BHPD Facebook page will be updated if these shelters are activated. Stay with newsnet5.com for updates.

The city of Brunswick at this time has made plans for the potential of severe weather throughout Oct. 30. Should severe weather affect the City of Brunswick, resulting in large areas without power or large storm damage; temporary shelter will be provided at the city's Recreation Center for city residents. The news media, as well as the city's Facebook page and website will be updated if this shelter is activated and with continuing information. Stay with newsnet5.com  for updates throughout the overnight and early morning.

Extra personnel are on duty in the Bath Police Department and with the Medina Fire Department

The Medina Fire Department will be putting four firefighters on duty through the afternoon and night, in anticipation of storm damage.

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