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Tornado Preparedness

Seek indoor shelter and stay away from outside walls. Sheds and storage facilities are not safe. The lower you go, the more protected you are. Go to a basement if available. Plan and prepare ahead of time to designate your “safe place” in your home. Bottom line: Find an interior room on the lowest floor with no windows.

If you are in a car, drive to the closest sturdy building immediately for shelter. If you are in a remote place and are not near a building, staying inside your car is safer than just being outside by yourself. Get down in your car and cover your head. By keeping your car running, your air bags can still deploy if needed. Your vehicle is designed to keep you safe, but a sturdy building is always the BEST option. If you do not have a vehicle or must abandon your vehicle, seek shelter in a low-lying area such as a ditch or a ravine.

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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