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When severe flooding threatens your area, there are things you can do to protect your family and property. Here are some actions you can take:
Avoid power lines that have fallen.
Do not smoke or use open flames in your house until you are sure no gas leaks exist.
Do not walk or drive through standing or flowing water. There might be sinkholes or live electrical wires.
Even if you plan to stay home, have an evacuation kit ready just in case.
If you have to leave your house, let out of town relatives know where you are going.
Turn off the power in your house, including gas tanks.
Use caution when approaching animals after a disaster. Even domesticated animals can react to stress by biting.
Watch your step in damaged areas. Slip and fall accidents are a leading cause of injuries after a disaster occurs.
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