Palm Beach County emergency managers on Tuesday unveiled an updated smartphone application designed to help residents get information before a hurricane hits and to quickly report damage after the storm passes.
The free app — called the Disaster Awareness and Recovery Tool, or D.A.R.T. — allows residents to use their smartphone’s GPS system to determine whether they need to evacuate. If they do, it will give them directions to the closest hurricane shelter.
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