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Hurricane Survival Guide Is the greatest hurricane killer really apathy?Still image:
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Keywords:   Storm damage, Wind, Weather Explanations, Hurricanes, Hurricane damage, Storm Surge
Asset ID: 5308
Title: Hurricane Survival Guide
Concept: Is the greatest hurricane killer really apathy?
Detail: The greatest hurricane killer may really be public apathy. In years past, a lack of warnings regrettably but understandably resulted in hundreds if not thousands of lives being needlessly lost. Today, hurricane warning techniques are vastly improved, and dissemination of the warnings, by the various media are sufficient. However, people must react in an in formed and reasonable manner. It is a somber fact to realize that up to 80% of US coastal dwellers have little or nor personal experience with hurricanes. Conversely those who live in frequently impacted hurricane zones, also have developed a strange form of apathy. When hurricane Audrey approached the Louisiana coastline in 1957, many thought it unnecessary to leave - "since they had gone through it all before". Over 500 drowned. A hurricane party in a beach front condominium can all too easily be the prelude for a mass funeral.

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