Helping you stay safe throughout hurricane season

To ensure your safety during a hurricane, you must be well prepared. Start by following local alerts and news to remain updated on the storm’s progress. Learn the evacuation procedures for your neighborhood and know where the closest shelters are in case of an emergency.


Setting up your house is another crucial stage. Install storm shutters, fasten any unsecured outside objects, and prune any tree branches that might be dangerous during strong gusts. To further aid in preventing floods, make sure your gutters and downspouts are clear.


Assuring your protection during a hurricane requires assembling an emergency pack. Assemble necessities like food, water, medicine, flashlights, batteries, and a hand-cranked or battery-operated radio. Don’t forget to place sensitive papers in watertight containers.


Keeping Secure Throughout the Storm


It’s crucial to stay inside during a storm and stay out of the weather since flying debris and water can be fatal. Avoid going near windows or doors, and seek refuge in a tiny room with no windows on the ground floor of your house.


Please take the appropriate actions to switch off utilities like gas, electricity, and water supplies in order to avoid any potential harm.  You’ll be ready in case your local authorities give you instructions on how to accomplish this.


Cutting off your utilities can help shield your house from harm and lower the chance of a fire. Keep yourself updated by regularly monitoring news and weather reports for details on the storm and any directives from regional authorities.


How to Drive Safely During Hurricanes


If at all possible, steer clear of the road during storm conditions. Avoiding flash floods and strong winds can be reduced by waiting until the storm has passed before resuming driving. If it is important to drive, drive carefully. Remain at a leisurely pace, refrain from abrupt acceleration or deceleration, and maintain a safe gap between other cars.


Avoid trying to drive through flooded areas since you could become stuck and the water may be deeper than you believe. Most cars can be stalled in as little as six inches of water, while two feet of water can completely submerge your car.


After the tempest


It’s crucial to take the time to thoroughly check your house for damage after the hurricane has passed and to record any problems with pictures or videos for insurance purposes. If you need to file a claim, this will help you compile a more accurate account of the incident and attract the attention of your insurance provider.


For information on road closures, power outages, and other storm-related difficulties, keep a close check on local news and updates. Additionally, drive carefully and keep an eye out for debris on the roadways and downed power lines. Don’t hesitate to get in touch with the right people if you need help. They are there to support you while you heal.


Vital Contact Details in Case of Emergency


It’s important to know who to call in an emergency, especially during a hurricane. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Hotline can be reached at 1-800-745-0243 for disaster assistance.  The number to call if you are stranded on the side of the road or have a disabled car is 1-800-525-5555.


For information on local roads, use 3-1-1 for non-emergency assistance. Call 2-1-1 to reach the State Emergency Assistance Registry for information on local emergencies. Dial 9-1-1 in case of emergency. Contact the Red Cross at 1-800-RED-CROSS to request assistance.


It’s crucial to be safe, informed, and ready for hurricane season. You can greatly increase your chances of surviving the storm by adhering to these recommendations and implementing the appropriate safety measures.

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