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NATURE Nature refers to life in general. We’re the one responsible for taking care of our nature but we, humans like to think that planet Earth belongs to us. Natural disasters only remind us that we're really just along for the ride. These includes the flashfloods, landslides, earthquakes and tsunami. FLASHFLOODS Flash floods are dangerously fast moving floods caused by a large amount of heavy rain. The reason we call it flash floods because it comes as a surprise, when the rain falls in an abnormally great rate. Thus, people don’t know about it and there’s not a high chance to survive. Safety Tips for Flashfloods After Before Keep Makeasure portable your radio houseon is at safe all before times so entering. that you can During listen Do nottoturn emergency on your power updates. until an electrician deems it safe. Do not go in flooded areas especially near Climb to the highest place and wait for rescuers to electric wires. Beware of sharp debris and slippery floors. find you. Turn off all utilities and close the main gas valve. LANDSLIDE Landslide usually strike without warning. The force of rocks, soil, or other debris moving down a slope can devastate anything in its path. Safety Tips for Landslides AFTER DURING BEFORE Stay Takeaaway cover from under thea slide desk,area. table, other piece of Get ground assessment of yourorproperty. sturdy furniture. Check for injured and Make evacuation planstrapped persons near the slide area. If rocks and other debris are approaching, run for the nearest shelter Develop an emergency communication plan Listen to a battery-operated radio or television for the latest If escape emergency is not possible, information. curl into a tight ball and protect your head. Check for damaged utility lines. Earthquake An earthquake is a sudden movement of the earth's surface, caused by the release of energy that has been stored beneath the surface over a long time. It can occur anywhere in the world, especially at the boundaries where the plates meet. Safety tips for Earthquake After: During: Clean up chemical spills as best as you can. Before: Take cover under a sturdy piece of furniture, such as a table or desk. Be careful of falling objects and open doorsincarefully Store fragile items and flammable objects low, closed cabinets with latches. Stay sure away from windows. Make the area you stay in is stable and safe, and evacuate if there is a danger. Repair deep ceilings the foundation Quicklyany stop the cracks car andinstay in theand vehicle. Make the area you stay in is stable and safe, of thesure house. Once the earthquake ended, avoid bridges and and evacuate if there ishas a danger. ramps that may be damaged. Tsunami Somewhere along the vast ocean floor, a colossal plate of oceanic crust strains to dip under another. It hits a snag, and the pressure builds. Most tsunamis form in the Pacific because of the plates underground and that it's so close to what we call "The Ring of Fire". Safety Tips for Tsunami Before: After: During: Know the evacuation routes for city-state orvery country. Don't go into any buildings that are damaged badly. Stay out of debris path. Listen togothe radioand or watch TV although Tsunamis are If it's safe, home see if you can recover anything Be aware of the flowisofvery water and the debris. sudden and there little warning this just may from thisyou tragic give the event. heads up. Don't freak out! Keep your mind in the right state. First aid kit will be something good to have. Message The time is now for all to know The planet Earth is our only home People of the world in every land It's time we understand We've got the whole world in our hands The world needs a hero and The hero is YOU!