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Hailstorm Preparedness

Hailstones vary greatly in size, but even small ones — driven by gravity and strong winds — pose a danger to anything or anyone caught in a storm. As a storm approaches, put vehicles in the garage and bring pets inside. If you are outdoors, go indoors immediately.


Once you are indoors, close all drapes, blinds, or shades to prevent broken window glass and hailstones from entering your home. If possible, move to a basement, cellar, or other level of the building not directly below the roof. Stay indoors until the storm has passed.


If you are on the road during a hailstorm, stay in your vehicle and slow down or stop, as roads may become slippery. Once you have pulled over safely, turn your back to windows or cover yourself with a blanket to protect yourself from broken glass.


Remember: Contact DenSem Security at 303-961-1184immediately if you see suspicious activity, witness a crime or feel threatened. Call 911 for emergencies, then call seminary security. “If you see something, say something!” Make sure the security phone number is in your cell phone’s contacts list.

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