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  • 1. Lorem Ipsum Dolor Spring 2016 Tsunami What is a Tsunami A Tsunami is a series of water waves caused by the displacement of a large volume of a body of water. Earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and other underwater explosions above or below water all have the potential to generate a tsunami.Where does tsunami often occure? Tips to Survive During Tsunami Do not freak out. Listen to alert. Go to a higher ground where water cannot reach. Run away if you live near to the Famous Tsunami sea water.
  • 2. Lorem Ipsum Dolor Spring 2016 Before, During and After The TsunamiBefore If you are in a coastal community and feel the shaking During of a strong earthquake, you may have only minutes until a tsunami arrives. If you happen to be in a Do not wait for an official warning. Instead, let the public venue when a strong shaking be your warning. tsunami hits, then your best Go to higher ground, at least ten metres above sea level, bet is to listen to the or if possible move at least one kilometre away from all personnel directives as beaches and the waters edge of harbours and coastal they are being given, then estuaries. do your best to follow the Do not go to the coast to watch the tsunami, as there is safety instructions that are the possibility of dangerous, localised land inundation. given to you. Your radio can be your best friend, and possibly your only connection to the rest of the world, when a disaster strikes. In the case of a tsunami, weather and emergency reports should be able to guide you further to safety, at the most, and After provide a bit of comfort, at the very least. Open the windows and doors to help dry the building. Stay out of the building if waters remain around it. Tsunami Stay out of water near waters, like flood waters, can undermine foundations, you or could be rushed causing buildings to sink, floors to crack, or walls to away with the water. collapse. Help injured or trapped persons. Give first aid where appropriate. Call for help. Do not move seriously injured persons unless they are in immediate danger of further injury.Use the telephone only for emergency calls. Telephone lines are frequently overwhelmed in disaster situations. They need to be clear for emergency calls to get through. 2
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