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Where is safest place to be in a hurricane?
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In brief: Evacuated
Follow the orders of your local police force.
Sorry for the simple answer. (as high as possible on a very strong structure)

In brief: Evacuated
Follow the orders of your local police force.
Sorry for the simple answer. (as high as possible on a very strong structure)
Dr. Keith Thomae
Dr. Keith Thomae
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Dr. Frank Kuitems
Internal Medicine
In brief: Well
If you can't evacuate your home.
Generally in a home in an inside room on the basement or first floor with no windows

In brief: Well
If you can't evacuate your home.
Generally in a home in an inside room on the basement or first floor with no windows
Dr. Frank Kuitems
Dr. Frank Kuitems
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Dr. John Goldman
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology
In brief: Leave the area
Leave the area and go to a safe location.
The local authorities will help guide you. Do not stay and try to weather the storm

In brief: Leave the area
Leave the area and go to a safe location.
The local authorities will help guide you. Do not stay and try to weather the storm
Dr. John Goldman
Dr. John Goldman
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Dr. Ivy Fisher
Pediatrics
In brief: Protection in hurric
Always, stay safe in hurricanes by staying in doors, not outside.

In brief: Protection in hurric
Always, stay safe in hurricanes by staying in doors, not outside.
Dr. Ivy Fisher
Dr. Ivy Fisher
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Dr. Alan Ali
Psychiatry
In brief: Hurricane
Evacuation shelter or underground.

In brief: Hurricane
Evacuation shelter or underground.
Dr. Alan Ali
Dr. Alan Ali
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Dr. Romanth Waghmarae
Pain Management
In brief: Hurricane
Best is to go out of town - you usually know when the hurricane is due to hit - there is ample time to leave town.
If you cannot then stay indoors and board up or have shutters on the windows. Newer homes have hurricane resistant windows etc..

In brief: Hurricane
Best is to go out of town - you usually know when the hurricane is due to hit - there is ample time to leave town.
If you cannot then stay indoors and board up or have shutters on the windows. Newer homes have hurricane resistant windows etc..
Dr. Romanth Waghmarae
Dr. Romanth Waghmarae
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