Just In Case …

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blog picDo you know how to respond to a natural tsunami warning? If you are in a coastal area and feel a strong earthquake, drop, cover and hold on. When the shaking stops, move quickly inland to high ground outside the hazard zone. Stay away from the beach until officials say it is safe to return. And remember, a tsunami is a series of waves that can last for hours. The first wave may not be the last or the most dangerous.

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