Submitted by T-Mobile
As the National Hurricane Center issued its first ever tropical storm watch for parts of Southern California today, we activated our emergency plan for Hurricane Hilary. The storm is anticipated to reach the California coast early Monday morning bringing strong winds, heavy rainfall and potentially flash flooding.
T-Mobile’s Network and Emergency Management Teams have significantly fortified our network for the hurricane season and are actively preparing to ensure the resilience of our services in regions expected to be impacted by Hilary.
Our Community Support Team has strategically staged relief assets and supplies in Southern California that include Wi-Fi and charging trailers.
T-Mobile’s Emergency Response Team stands ready to engage with state and local officials, first responders and organizations. Agencies needing communications assistance can reach out to our 24-hour emergency hotline at 888-639-0020 or email at ERTRequests@T-Mobile.com.
See our newsroom for more information on T-Mobile’s 2023 Emergency Response
As Hurricane Hilary progresses, please follow any orders that may be issued by local authorities to stay safe. Here are a few more things you can do:
Get Ready: Take steps to prepare
Know What to Do: Be ready for power outages and other interruptions
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