RESPONDING TO EXTREMELY COLD WEATHER

By William

MCPHERSON – The McPherson Police Department has enacted the EMERGENCY ACCIDENT REPORTING PLAN!

Due to the extremely cold temperatures, effective Monday, February 15, 2021 at 1:30 p.m. until Wednesday, February 17, 2021 at 1:30 p.m. the McPherson KS Police Department has enacted the Emergency Accident Report Plan (EARP).

For any collisions/accidents, other than a hit and run, those involving personal injury, involve alcohol or drug impairment or where vehicles will need towing – The McPherson Police Department WILL NOT respond in person unless requested.

When there is another vehicle involved, both drivers will be responsible to move their vehicles off the roadway and exchange contact and incurance information, noting in particular the date, time and location (address or intersection).

Any driver involved is then responsible to file a REPORT at http:/www.mcpherson.seamlessdocs.com/f/EARPForm.com within 48 hours of any collision accident which qualifies for EARP.

REMEMBER: If the collision/accident is a hit and run, involves injuries, involves drug or alcohol impairment, or requires towing of any vehicles, you have a duty to report and MUST CALL McPherson County Emergency Communications/911 immediately.

The McPherson Police Department says thank you for your cooperation with the implementation of the Emergency Accident Report Plan (EARP). If you have any other questions, please call the McPherson Police Department at (620) 245-1200.

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