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Emergency Evacuation Procedures from the Fry Fire Department in Sierra Vista, Ariz. A) Three levels of evacuation readiness Evacuation alert – In effect when fire danger is extreme. May be in effect for weeks or months. Evacuation watch – Will occur when a fire or other threat is imminent, moving toward occupied area, and resources are mobilized to fight it. May last a few hours to days. Mandatory evacuation – Will occur when emergency officials order people to leave ahead of advancing fire or other threat. B) How will we know when it is time to evacuate? When an “evacuation…

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