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Wednesday, January 20, 2010

KMUD News SPECIAL BULLETIN

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According to Paul Hanson, News Director at KZYX in Mendocino County….


THERE IS HEAVY SNOW AT IRON PEAK, and at most peaks in northern
mendocino and humboldt counties. Residents in the Iron Peak and Spy
rock area of Northern Mendocino should know that heavy snow CAUSED A
GENERATOR FAILURE AT THE REPEATER SITE.

VERIZON HAS A SNOW PLOW ENROUTE BUT THEY SAY IT COULD TAKE 8-HOURS
TO RESOLVE THE PROBLEM, hopefully reinstating phone service by
tomorrow, Thursday, Jan. 21st.

RESIDENTS IN COVELO AND LAYTONVILLE CAN USE THEIR CELLPHONES TO CALL
9-1-1 IN THE EVENT OF AN EMERGENCY.
HOWEVER LAND LINE CALLS FROM COVELO AND LAYTONVILLE TO 9-1-1 WILL
NOT WORK. CDF is sending emergency personnel to the area to assist
911 calls.

THE MENDOCINO COUNTY DISPATCH CENTER SAYS COVELO AND LAYTONVILLE
RESIDENTS SHOULD CALL 463-4086 TO REPORT EMERGENCIES UNTIL THE SNOW
PLOW CAN REACH IRON PEAK AND FIX THE PROBLEM AT THE REPEATER SITE.
Again, that emergency number for covelo and Laytonville residents is
707-463-4086.

ANYONE ELSE IN THE COUNTY THAT HAS TROUBLE REACHING 9-1-1 CAN ALSO
CALL THE 463-4086 NUMBER AS AN ALTERNATE TO REPORT EMERGENCIES.

Known Road Closures:

Hwy. 128 at the Mendocino Sonoma County Line is blocked by a
landslide, plan accordingly, locals have access, but travelers need
to plan alternate routes.


To Access current road conditions you can call:

1-800-427-7623

Power outage information should be relayed to PG&E by calling:
1-800-743-5002
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