TULSA, Okla. - EMSA issued a heat alert after responding to nine heat-related calls Saturday.
EMSA urges people to make a plan to stay safe. Plan the amount of time you think will be outdoors and take appropriate amounts of water or other fluids with you, even if just planning for a short amount of outdoor time. Emergencies can happen and you could be stranded outdoors longer than expected. Always have a cell with you to call 911, if needed.
Plan your schedule to allow for frequent breaks indoors, if possible.
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