Simple Precaution to be Taken During Flood

This article shows you Simple Precaution to be Taken During Flood and how to escape from the Flood. Remember below Incident. Guys Watch this video below and Take Precaution while You are in the Flood or while Ganesh Immersion in the Sea, Lake and So.

Simple Precaution to be Taken During Flood

Shift your belongings to an upper floor or to safe ground if time permits.
Move all appliances off floor level.
Turn off electricity / gas.
In Detail – Turn off gas at the tank and electricity at the mains switch.
Try to Avoid areas that you know flood easily. Release animals and poultry to get rid of flooding.
Keep children indoors and upstairs.
If your car stalls, or becomes stuck, abandon it and climb to higher ground or onto the vehicle’s roof.
If there is a thunderstorm take pre cautions against lightning (see section of manual on lightning).
Do not move at night unless absolutely necessary.
Do not get into fast-moving water.

Two Persons Swept Away, while Lord Ganesh Immersion in a Lake. Watch the Video below.

Simple Precaution to be Taken After Flood

Check your neighbors.
Have an Inspection on building for damages. There could be danger from collapsing buildings.
Stay away from all electricity wires.
Also, Stay away from water with fallen wires in it or nearby.
Don’t turn on your electricity if the water has come even close to plug height.
Don’t turn on electricity while there is water in your house. Do not turn on the electricity standing barefoot on a wet floor.
Don’t turn on appliances that have been in the floodwater. Let them dry out completely and spray motors, switches, and connectors, with CRC. Appliances can take several days to dry out. Switch on with great care.
Don’t use food that has come in contact with floodwater. Do not drink, cook with or bathe in floodwater.
Take care damaged sewer systems, septic tanks and latrines are very, very serious health hazards.
Take photographs of your property, if damaged, for insurance purposes.

Two Persons Swept Away

Two Persons Swept Away