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Sand bags available across South Mississippi

SOUTH MISSISSIPPI (WLOX) -

Sand bags are now available in the following locations in the three coastal counties, in preparation for Tropical Storm Karen. Remember, you will need to bring a shovel and be prepared to fill the bags yourself.

Jackson County

Latimer Community Center - 10908 Daisy Vestry Rd
West Division Road Department on N. Washington Ave. (Hwy. 609)
Fountainebleu Fire Department on 3901 Hwy. 57 (south)
St. Andrews Fire Department – 1401 Elm St.
Forts Lake Fire Department - 10701 Forts Lake Rd.
East Roads Department on Hwy. 63 in Escatawpa
Central Roads Department on 8500 Jim Ramsey Rd. in Vancleave

Ocean Springs – Public Works Dept. at 712 A Pine Drive
Moss Point – The New Central Fire Station at 4204 Bellview Avenue
Gautier – Behind City Hall on Highway 90
Pascagoula – Public Works Dept. on 14th Street

Harrison County

Harrison County Road Department, 10076 Lorraine Road (half mile south of I-10)
D'Iberville, under the I-110 Bridge
Gulfport Public Works Dept, 4050 Hewes Ave.
Station 3 on Johnson Road, Long Beach
Long Beach City Barn (available Saturday)

Hancock County

West Hancock Volunteer Fire Department
Horse Arena on Kiln Delisle Road
Diamondhead East Rec. Pool

Sand bags available after 2pm Friday:

Bayside Park Volunteer Fire Department
Hancock County South Barn on Lowerbay Road
Old County Complex Property on Longfellow Road

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