IEMA highlights holiday safety in December
Tips offered for shopping, travel, winter heating and more
Posted on December 1, 2021
SPRINGFIELD — With the holiday season in full swing, the Illinois Emergency Management Agency (IEMA) is offering tips to help people stay safe now and into the new year. From decorating the tree to traveling to grandma’s house with a sleigh full of new toys, be sure to take simple steps to keep your family safe.
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