Tsunami Tweetables

#Tsunami Awareness

After a #quake – Be aware of possible tsunamis if you live in coastal areas. http://bit.ly/9T7IsB v @RedCross #hmrd

#Tsunami Awareness: When the shaking stops, evacuate quickly. Leave everything else behind. A #Tsunami may be coming within minutes. http://bit.ly/b43VJQ v @RedCross #hmrd

#Tsunami Awareness: Tsunami can travel upstream in coastal estuaries and rivers http://bit.ly/b43VJQ v @RedCross #hmrd

#Tsunami Awareness: a #Tsunami could reach the beach in a few minutes, even before a warning is issued, move quickly to higher ground v @RedCross #hmrd

#Tsunami Awareness: Areas at greatest risk -less than 25 ft above sea & within 1 mile of shore http://bit.ly/b43VJQ v @RedCross #hmrd

#Tsunami Awareness: Risks include flood, contamination of drinking water, fires http://bit.ly/b43VJQ #Hmrd

#Tsunami Awareness: A strong #quake lasting 20 seconds or more near coast may generate a tsunami http://bit.ly/b43VJQ v @RedCross #hmrd

#Tsunami Awareness: Know height of your street above sea level & distance of your street from coast http://bit.ly/b43VJQ v @RedCross #hmrd

#Tsunami Awareness: Plan evac route from home work school If possible, pick area 100 ft above sea level http://bit.ly/b43VJQ v @RedCross #hmrd

#Tsunami Awareness: After a disaster, roads may become blocked Be prepared to evacuate by foot http://bit.ly/b43VJQ v @RedCross #hmrd

#Tsunami Awareness: Practice your evacuation route. Familiarity may save your life http://bit.ly/b43VJQ v @RedCross #hmrd

#Tsunami Awareness: Discuss tsunami with your family. Everyone should know what to do http://bit.ly/b43VJQ v @RedCross #hmrd

#Tsunami awareness: Be careful to avoid downed power lines and stay away from buildings and bridges http://bit.ly/b43VJQ v @RedCross #hmrd

After a #Tsunami

After a #Tsunami: Use extreme caution. Tsunami-driven flood waters may have damaged buildings http://bit.ly/b43VJQ v @RedCross #hmrd

After a #Tsunami: Wear sturdy shoes. The most common injury following a disaster is cut feet http://bit.ly/b43VJQ v @RedCross #hmrd

After a #Tsunami Inspect foundations and utilities for cracks, other damage, or fire hazards http://bit.ly/b43VJQ v @RedCross #hmrd

After a Tsunami check for gas leaks, electrical circuits, Fire is the most frequent hazard in a flood http://bit.ly/b43VJQ v @RedCross #hmrd

  1. August 24, 2010 at 3:32 am

    After a #quake – Be aware of possible tsunamis if you live in coastal areas. http://bit.ly/9T7IsB v @RedCross #hmrd

    • August 24, 2010 at 3:33 am

      Spanish: Después de un #terremoto – Sea consciente de los tsunamis es posible si usted vive en áreas costeras. http://bit.ly/9T7IsB v @RedCross #hmrd

  2. August 24, 2010 at 3:35 am

    #Tsunami Awareness: When the shaking stops, evacuate quickly. Leave everything else behind. A tsunami may be coming within minutes. http://bit.ly/b43VJQ v @RedCross #hmrd

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