To Survive A Tornado, First Run To Shelter, Then Grab A Helmet.
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Tornado season hits annually, and each year many people loose their lives. Why do you think people are willing to risk their lives to live in "Tornado Alley"?
You can follow this link to a short video about the dangers of tornadoes, and some tips for how you can survive the most violent of storms. (This annotation contains a link)
According to the video annotation other items that might save lives include
The federal government has put together a list of essential equipment and supplies to help you in a disaster or crisis. These are good to have not just for tornadoes, but also hurricanes, earthquakes, floods, etc. (This annotation contains a link)
Why would lying in a ditch offer more protection than inside a vehicle? Can you think of other safe places to help insure survival?
In addition to preplanning, what skills and characteristics might be important in the event of a disaster? (Think about how people need to behave before and after a crisis hits.)