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WHENAHURRICANETHREATENS......KNOWYOURHURRICANEDISTRICTS&liM/lIDWHEN A HURRICANE TIIREATENS Keep your Radio on ...... and listen to latest weather Bureau Advice to save your life and possessions BEFORE THE WIND AND FLOOD Have gas tank filled.; .... check battery and tires. Store all loose objects: toys, tools, trash, cans awnings, etc. Board or tape up all windows. Have on hand flashlight, first aid kit,fireextinguisher, battery powered radio. Have supplyofdrinking water. Stock up on foods that need no cooking or refrigeration. Get away from low areas that maybeswept by storm tides or___.-fi.oods --------THE STORM TIDE MAYBEA HURRICANE'S GREATESl KILLER TAKE J?RECAUTIONARY MEASURES PROMPTLY WHEN THE WEATHER BUREAU ISSUES HURRICANE WARNINGS Get outoflowexposed coastal areas when warned to doso... Flooded roads, fallen trees and power lines and other storm hazards can block your escape.DON'TBETRAPPED!Map your evacuation route (avoid low places thatwillflood early) DURING THE STORM Stay IndoorsDon'tbefooledifthe calm "eye" passes directly over anddon'tbecaught in the open when the hurricane winds resume from the OPPOSITE direction. AFTER THE STORM HAS PASSEDDoNot Drive unless necessarv. Watch out for undermined pavement and broken power' lines. Use extreme caution to prevent outbreakoffire, or injuries from falling objects. Report downed power wires, broken water or sewer pipes to proper authorities or nearest policeman. Use phone for emergencies only. Jammed switch-boardS prevent emergency calls from going through.ISSUEDBYTHEMINISTRY OF HOMEAFFAiRs


Hurricane lifeguard : when a hurricane threatens
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Title: Hurricane lifeguard : when a hurricane threatens
Physical Description: Book
Language: English
Creator: Dominica. Ministry of Home Affairs.
Publisher: Dominica. Ministry of Home Affairs.
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Subjects / Keywords: Caribbean   ( lcsh )
Spatial Coverage: Caribbean
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00072707:00001

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WHEN A HURRICANE THREATENS......
WHEN A HURRICANE THREATENS
Keep your Radio on......and listen to latest weather Bureau
Advice to save your life and possessions
BEFORE THE WIND AND FLOOD
Have gas tank filled......check battery and tires.
Store all loose objects: toys, tools, trash, cans awnings, etc.
Board or tape up all windows.
Have on hand flashlight, first aid kit, fire extinguisher, battery-
powered radio.
SHave supply of drinking water. Stock up on foods that need
no cooking or refrigeration.
SGet away from low areas that may be swept by storm tides or
~ -^ floods. ----
THE STORM TIDE MAY BE A HURRICANE'S CREATES]
KILLER
S TAKE PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES PROMPTLY WHEN
Sp THE WEATHER BUREAU ISSUES HURRICANE WARNINGS
Get out of low exposed coastal areas when warned to do so...
Flooded roads, fallen trees and power lines and other storm
hazards can block your escape.
DON'T BE TRAPPED !
Map your evacuation route (avoid low places that will flood
early)
DURING THE STORM
Stay Indoors......Don't be fooled if the calm "eye" passes
directly over......and don't be caught in the open when the
hurricane winds resume from the OPPOSITE direction.
AFTER THE STORM HAS PASSED
Do Not Drive unless necessary. Watch out for undermined
pavement and broken power lines.
Use extreme caution to prevent outbreak of fire, or injuries
from falling objects.
Report downed power wires, broken water or sewer pipes to
proper authorities or nearest policeman.
SUse phone for emergencies only. Jammed switch-boards'
prevent emergency calls from going through.

ISSUED BY THE MINISTRY OF HOME AFFAIRS



KNOW YOUR HURRICANE DISTRICTS

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