RMV Gives Back to Tornado Victims

June 15, 2011

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Losing everything in a tornado really does mean you lose everything. Yet, it is the littlest item that ends up being the most important. For example,  who even thinks about their driver’s license when their house is gone?

The RMV took this into account. They have just announced that as part of their effort to assist in this disaster, residents affected by the recent storms who lost their driver’s licenses or Massachusetts IDs can apply for a free duplicate by visiting a Registry of Motor Vehicles office.

Communities eligible for this benefit include: Southbridge, West Springfield, Springfield, Brimfield, Monson, Wilbraham, Sturbridge, Westfield, Agawam, Auburn, Chester, Blandford, Montgomery, Russell, Holyoke, Chicopee, Ludlow, East Longmeadow, Longmeadow, Wales, Oxford, Brookfield, East Brookfield, Webster, Holden, Southampton, Easthampton, Hampden, Charlton, Douglas, Millbury, Uxbridge, Belchertown, Northampton and Palmer.

For information on branch hours and locations, visit www.mass.gov/rmv.

(Information via MASSDOT, Registry News/MAIA Bulletin)


#TORNADO WARNING for Southern #Worcester County: #NBAInsurance Fills You in on #SevereWeather

July 21, 2010

According to local stations:

Tornado WARNING for Southern Worcester County until 5:30pm.

7News Meteorologist Pete Bouchard reports that most of MA will get hit by a storm in the next three hours.

 For tips on what to do in a Tornado, check out 7News’ Tips.

Source: WHDH, 7NEWS.


#TORNADO & #SEVEREWEATHER ALERT for #Worcester & #Middlesex Counties!

July 19, 2010

According to local news stations, Worcester county, as well as Northern Middlesex County, have severe weather warnings for this evening. Worcester, specifically, has a tornado warning.

Review these tips for your safety!

FEMA Tornado Tips

FEMA Thunderstorm Tips

In short, stay inside. Refrain from travel if you can. If there is a tornado warning, you should go into your basement until the warning is lifted. Receive updates from a radio if you have it. Make sure your flashlights have batteries. Stay away from windows and retreat to the most interior section of your house.

Check out this newsreel from WCVB about the 1953 Worcester tornado!

Stay safe! – NBA Insurance