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Tsunami Safety

Tsunami Wave

Know the signs of an approaching Tsunami.  If you are experiencing an of the warning signs at the coast, a tsunami could be approaching:

  • Strong or long earthquakes(s)
  • Sudden rise or fall of the ocean
  • A loud roar from the ocean

Go to high ground or inland (100 ft up or go at least 1 mile inland).  Do not wait for official instructions.

When an tsunami warning is issued:

  • Stay out of the water
  • Stay away from beaches and waterways
  • Get information from local tv/radio, your mobile phone, or sign-up for email/text alerts now before any event
  • If officials ask yo to evacuate, go to high ground or inland (100 ft up or go at least 1 mile inland)


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