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A tsunami can kill or injure people and damage or destroy buildings and infrastructure as waves come in and go out. A tsunami is a series of enormous ocean waves caused by earthquakes, underwater landslides, volcanic eruptions, or asteroids. Tsunamis can:Travel 20-30 miles per hour with waves 10-100 feet high.Cause flooding and disrupt transportation, power, communications,

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Get A Tsunami Survival Kit. Getting an Emergency Preparedness Kit for your home, office (or school), and car(s) is an essential first step in being prepared for a tsunami. Emergency Preparedness Kits from Essential Packs, provide you and your family with the emergency supplies your family needs to last for 3 days (72 hours).

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A kit is not only necessary for a tsunami, but for any disaster that could leave you displaced or without help for several days. In the event of a tsunami, coastal residents should have an ...

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• If you hear an official tsunami warning or detect signs of a tsunami, evacuate at once. A tsunami warning is issued when authorities are certain that a tsunami threat exists, and there may be little time to get out. • Take your emergency preparedness kit. Having supplies will make you more comfortable during the evacuation.

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Tsunami Kits Survival Kits for Tsunami Preparedness Be prepared with a 72 hour Tsunami Disaster Kit: When earthquakes occur along the ocean floor, the threat of Tsunamis increases for shore lines close to the epicenter of the quake. It is therefore important to have emergency kits available to be prepared for natural disasters such as a Tsunami.

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Pacific County Emergency Management Director Stephanie Fritts talks about how to prepare an emergency kit before evacuating for a tsunami.

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Tsunami Preparedness. Every season is tsunami season – they could happen at anytime. Knowing what to expect and how to react will keep us prepared! What is a tsunami? Tsunamis are a series of large ocean waves generated by ocean earthquakes or underwater landslides.

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Tsunami Preparedness . If an earthquake occurs close to shore, the first in a series of waves could reach the beach within minutes. What to do: Move to high ground and away from water. Follow evacuation orders issued by local authorities immediately. Help neighbors who may require special assistance. Save yourself - not your possessions.

www.tsunami.noaa.gov/prepare.html

National Tsunami Preparedness and Response Programs. TsunamiReady - voluntary, community-based program. Communities must: Establish a 24-hour warning point. Develop multiple ways to receive tsunami warnings and alert the public; Develop a formal tsunami hazard plan and conduct emergency exercises.

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A disaster supplies kit is a collection of basic items your household may need in the event of an emergency. Basic Disaster Supplies Kit. To assemble your kit, store items in airtight plastic bags and put your entire disaster supplies kit in one or two easy-to-carry containers such as plastic bins or a duffel bag.