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Hurricane Survival Guide Stay Indoors.Still image:
Size: 2926 x 2195
Acquisition: Graphic, Scanned illustration
Frame rate: still
Clearance: No releases required
Location: Graphic
License: Royalty Free
Usage: Creative and Editorial
Point of view: Ground in scene
Geography: Rural
Still images available: Y
Keywords:   Winds & Rain, Storm damage, Wind, Weather Explanations, Hurricanes
Asset ID: 5302
Title: Hurricane Survival Guide
Concept: Stay Indoors.
Detail: Stay indoors. If you are not ordered to evacuate to a shelter, do not leave your home - it is usually the best place to stay. A disturbing number of casualties result from traffic accidents on rain-slick highways, electrocutions from fallen power lines, and gruesome injuries from being impaled by flying debris. It is best to stay away from windows which might blow in or have objects blown through them. Also emergency vehicles need access to roads (the less traffic the better). Among the weirder hazards which might face someone wandering out into a hurricane could be snakes - often driven from their swamp land homes by inrushing sea water. They have been known to congregate on sidewalks much to the dismay of local residents. Another point is stay indoors if the eye of the hurricane passes overhead. During a direct strike from a hurricane, the eye passage will result in a period of a few minutes to an hour or more of virtually calm winds, with even the sunshine breaking through. However, as suddenly as the winds ceased, they can begin to blow from the other direction with equal force. People trapped outside as the trailing edge of the eyewall strikes often become targets of a hurricane's violence.

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