Safety measures and precautions which can be taken to escape tornadoes are discussed in the United States.
United States USA Date:1979 Duration:4 min 44 sec Sound:Yes
A documentary on occurrence of a tornado in the United States. The aftermath of the tornado. A rubbled area. A man standing near the rubble. Dead bodies on the ground. Doctors treating wounded people. Red Cross workers and volunteers working to help the victims. Temporary housing facilities given to homeless people. Rebuilding work being undertaken. People standing outside a house. A doll on the ground. Disaster plans being worked upon. People discussing amongst themselves. Preventive measures should be taken to escape from the tornado. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) weather radio should be used. It gives warning about tornadoes. When a tornado hits people should take cover in basements. Weather clues should be noticed, warnings should not be ignored and people should not stay in mobile houses at the time of tornadoes. People can take shelter in a ditch. Matches should not be lit and people should not enter the disaster area. A tornado hits.
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