In an Emergency, Call; Donâ€™t Email
We welcome your comments, but our dispatch crew is not able to respond to emergencies via email.Â For your safety, please notify the proper authority by phone if you have an electrical emergency.
If you have an electrical fire, make sure everyone leaves the building. Call 911 right away if you donâ€™t think you can extinguish the fire. Then, if the fire is still small (for example, confined to an appliance), unplug the appliance or turn off the electricity, but donâ€™t touch the appliance. Never put water on an electrical fire. Use a fire extinguisher recommended for electrical (class C) fires. If the fire has affected your service entrance wiring or your meter, call Baldwin EMC as soon as possible at (251) 989-6247 or (800) 837-3374. If you receive an automated message, please leave a message providing the location of the damaged wiring.
When a victim is in contact with live, indoor electricity, you shouldÂ NEVER TOUCH THE VICTIMÂ or the appliance, wire, etc., causing the shock. Shut off the power, if possible, by turning off the circuit breaker or unplugging the fuse. If it isnâ€™t possible, call Baldwin EMC at (251) 989-6247 or (800) 837-3374. When the victim is in contact with a live outdoor wire, call Baldwin EMC and let us turn off the power.Â In all cases of electrical shock, get medical help immediately. Call 911.
Never touch or approach a downed power line. Always assume a downed power line is live and dangerous! Call Baldwin EMC immediately at (251) 989-6247 or (800) 837-3374. If you receive an automated message, please leave a message providing the location of the downed line. Then call 911 and report the line to them.