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Authorities tell you to evacuate, or if a hurricane warning is issued for your place, choose only essential things. If you’ve time, turn off water, electricity, and gas and disconnect appliances.
Take steps to prevent mould growth when rain or flooding waters get into your building.
Flooding and power outages can cause electric dangers. Never touch a downed power line or anything in contact with one.
There may be places of flood as the cleaning procedure commences after a natural disaster. Observe your kids to keep them from playing in or around flooding water.
Listen from local authorities for guidance and restrict your vulnerability to any smoke, including low amounts.
El humo de incendios forestales representa una seria amenaza para la salud de las personas que padecen enfermedades cardíacas y pulmonares, los adultos de mayor.
Until building inspectors say it’s safe to enter after a hurricane, stay away from damaged buildings.
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After a thunderstorm, many roads may be flooded. Prevent driving through these regions, notably when the water is going quickly.