How to Make a Tornado Safe (And Not Make a Tornado Safe)
In the aftermath of the tornado that destroyed the Louisiana border last year, Louisiana Gov.
John Bel Edwards and other officials pledged to work to improve safety for people traveling through the state.
The first step, of course, is to get the right equipment in place to ensure safety, especially when it comes to building structures like roads and airports.
There’s a whole host of equipment that’s out there for use in tornado shelters and emergency response, but it can be a tough task to find what you need.
When it comes time to find the best equipment for your next storm, here’s a look at what you should look for when you need it most.
First, make sure you’re equipped.
It’s always a good idea to get your first responders, local and federal, to check out the equipment you need to get you through a storm.
They’re usually the first ones to arrive to the scene, and they’re often able to identify what you have and what you don’t.
You can also ask them questions like, “What’s the minimum weight of a person you want to evacuate?”
When the equipment is ready, it’s time to move on to the next step.
If you need help finding a vehicle to get through a tornado, you can also find a trucker to take you to a safe location.
But first, make a plan to get to the safest place you can safely be.
In this scenario, we’ll be taking the safety of our passengers, our families and our businesses to the highest level possible.
That means getting out of the vehicle before a tornado can strike.
Our plan will include the following: A safety harness, such as an umbrella or a wind chaser, that we can use to get us through a moving storm.
This harness can be used for up to five people.
A fire extinguisher, which is a small, flexible, and durable device that is usually a lifesaver.
We’ll also have two fire extinguishers on hand.
A generator to get our family and pets off the streets before a storm, and a mobile home park trailer that we’ll use to shelter in for a short time.
A radio tower to communicate with us if we need to call for help or need to know what time of day it is.
We can also use our radio to help us track the path of the tornado as it approaches.
This will give us the location of where we’re most vulnerable, so we can take advantage of that as we evacuate.
A mobile phone, which we can give to the other drivers in our convoy to get in touch with our families, and who can then call for backup, if needed.
And a GPS device to stay up to date on our movements and avoid gridlock in the storm.
When we’re ready to go, we can then begin to evacuate, which can be done in any number of ways.
This is where you need a safety kit.
This includes: A water bottle with a lid.
This can be handy for getting out and staying hydrated, and it can also help us keep track of where our vehicles are.
A bag with a small emergency supply of water, such a a small water bottle, a small bottle of water and a few snacks.
A towel to help dry off after a shower.
And of course a survival kit, which includes a waterproof jacket, extra socks and a survival hat.
We may also need a little extra help, such an extra pair of goggles.
Once you have everything in place, get ready to make a trip.
You can start by getting your vehicle in the right location and heading north, then south, west, east and south.
This is to be a safe and secure place for you and your family to get away from the storm before it arrives.
We also need to make sure we’re able to get out safely.
If we don’t get out of our vehicle before the tornado reaches us, we could get trapped in the tornados power lines.
So, as soon as the tornado is over, it’ll be time to get off the road.
Stay well-fed and hydrated as much as possible.
You should also wear a hat and gloves when traveling with others.
Don’t drive alone.
The safest way to escape a tornado is to bring an adult to the vehicle with you, preferably a person over the age of 18, and have someone with you.
That way, they’re not in a situation where someone might take advantage, like the man who attempted to kill a family of people on the highway.
Keep the family together.
The family should stay together, too, in order to keep your family safe.
We’re also hoping that they will be able to stay with us at the safe locations and not have to move.