Preparing for Tornadoes in NC
Every tornado safety plan is made up of two parts: Communication and emergency supplies.
Know where to go during the storm. The lowest point of a house is the safest spot. If there is no basement, choose a room with few or no windows or exterior doors.
Write down phone numbers (Today most people rely on cell phones for contact information, but if a phone is damaged in bad weather you will miss out on this information.)
Pick a place to meet after the storm.
Choose a check-in person.
Follow emergency officials’ advice.
Tornado Emergency Supplies:
Emergency food and water (canned goods and a non-electric can opener)
First aid kit and important medications
Batteries of all sizes – make sure they’re not old.
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