Major events like the Super Bowl can create fun for fans, but concern for emergency response. Police, firefighters and other first responders around Minneapolis are ready for people emergencies, but what about other emergencies?
We’ve seen traffic re-routing and security barriers established this week prior to the big game, not to mention as many as 150,000 more people — and more vehicles — on downtown streets. Residents and property managers may be challenged to handle emergencies like frozen and burst water pipes or other unexpected property damage. Our first responders, too, need assistance with securing properties after a disaster — especially if it happens late at night.
To prepare for the worst while hoping for the best, Clean Response has increased our on-call staff and resources during the Super Bowl festivities. Contact us to help you handle the unexpected during Super Bowl LII — andafter the crowds roll out of town and the clean-up begins!
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