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May 17, 2016
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  • <p>Prepare now. Wildfires can occur anywhere.</p>

    Graphic: Prepare Now for Wildfires (Square)

    Photo by Ready Graphic

    Prepare now. Wildfires can occur anywhere.

  • <p>Wildfires often begin unnoticed. Call 9-1-1 if you see a wildfire! <a href="http://www.ready.gov/wildfires">www.ready.gov/wildfires</a>.</p>

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    Graphic: Wildfires...Did You Know?

    Photo by Ready Graphic

    Wildfires often begin unnoticed. Call 9-1-1 if you see a wildfire! www.ready.gov/wildfires.

     

     

     

  • <p>Clear all flammable brush and regularly clean roof and gutters around your home. ready.gov/wildfires #wildfire</p>

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    Graphic: Wildfire Tips

    Photo by Ready Graphic

    Clear all flammable brush and regularly clean roof and gutters around your home. ready.gov/wildfires #wildfire

     

     

  • <p>Going camping? Prevent wildfires by only starting campfires in designated areas. ready.gov/wildfires #wildfire</p>

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    Graphic: Wildfire Tips

    Photo by Ready Graphic

    Going camping? Prevent wildfires by only starting campfires in designated areas. ready.gov/wildfires #wildfire

     

  • <p>Grafica con consejos de que hacer al regresar a casa despu&eacute;s de una inundaci&oacute;n.</p>

<p>Regresando a casa despu&eacute;s de una inundaci&oacute;n</p>

<p>Al iniciar las tareas de limpieza v&iacute;stase con gafas de seguridad, botas impermeables y guantes de goma.</p>

<p>Aseg&uacute;rese de que la electricidad y el gas est&eacute;n apagados y cerrados para evitar incendios.</p>

<p>Tome fotograf&iacute;as y documente los da&ntilde;os.</p>

<p>Inf&oacute;rmese acerca de las opciones disponibles.</p>

<p>English graphic: Coming home after a flood.</p>

    Gráfica: Regresando a casa después de una inundación

    Photo by FEMA Graphic

    Grafica con consejos de que hacer al regresar a casa después de una inundación.

    Regresando a casa después de una inundación

    Al iniciar las tareas de limpieza vístase con gafas de seguridad, botas impermeables y guantes de goma.

    Asegúrese de que la electricidad y el gas estén apagados y cerrados para evitar incendios.

    Tome fotografías y documente los daños.

    Infórmese acerca de las opciones disponibles.

    English graphic: Coming home after a flood.

  • <p>Esta gr&aacute;fica explica la diferencia entre una advertencia de tornado y una amenaza de tornado incluyendo informaci&oacute;n de seguridad.</p>

    Gráfica: Advertencia de tornado vs. amenaza de tornado

    Photo by FEMA Graphic

    Esta gráfica explica la diferencia entre una advertencia de tornado y una amenaza de tornado incluyendo información de seguridad.

  • <p>Graphic explains the difference between a tornado warning and a tornado watch, and provides safety info.</p>

    Graphic: Tornado Warning vs. Tornado Watch

    Photo by FEMA Graphic

    Graphic explains the difference between a tornado warning and a tornado watch, and provides safety info.

  • <p>Emergencies can happen at any time. Does your family know how to get in touch with each other if you are not all together? Before an emergency happens, have a family discussion to determine who wold be your out of state&nbsp; point of contact and where you would met away from your home -- both in the neighborhood and within your town.</p>

    Graphic: Family Communication Plan

    Photo by Ready Graphic

    Emergencies can happen at any time. Does your family know how to get in touch with each other if you are not all together? Before an emergency happens, have a family discussion to determine who wold be your out of state  point of contact and where you would met away from your home -- both in the neighborhood and within your town.

  • <p>Prepare your home for hurricanes. Find out more at ready.gov/hurricanes.</p>

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    Graphic: Hurricane Preparation

    Photo by Ready Graphic

    Prepare your home for hurricanes. Find out more at ready.gov/hurricanes.

     

  • <p>M&aacute;s de 60 a&ntilde;os de tornados en Estados Unidos: Animaci&oacute;n fotogr&aacute;fica que muestra la actividad de tornados en EE.UU., durante el periodo de 1950 a 2013. &nbsp;</p>

    Gráfica: Más de 60 años de tornados en Estados Unidos

    Photo by FEMA Graphic

    Más de 60 años de tornados en Estados Unidos: Animación fotográfica que muestra la actividad de tornados en EE.UU., durante el periodo de 1950 a 2013.  

  • <p>Graphic explains the difference between a flood warning and a flood watch, and provides safety info.</p>

    Graphic: Flood Warning vs. Flood Watch (square)

    Photo by FEMA Graphic

    Graphic explains the difference between a flood warning and a flood watch, and provides safety info.

  • <p>Graphic explains the difference between a flood warning and a flood watch, and provides safety info.</p>

    Graphic: Flood Warning vs. Flood Watch (rectangle)

    Photo by FEMA Graphic

    Graphic explains the difference between a flood warning and a flood watch, and provides safety info.

  • <p>Esta gr&aacute;fica explica la diferencia entre una amenaza de inundaci&oacute;n y una advertencia de inundaci&oacute;n incluyendo informaci&oacute;n de seguridad.</p>

<p>Esta grafica fue adaptada al espa&ntilde;ol de la versi&oacute;n en ingl&eacute;s &ldquo;Graphic: Flood Warning vs. Flood Watch&rdquo;</p>

    Gráfica: Amenaza de inundación vs. advertencia de inundación

    Photo by FEMA Graphic

    Esta gráfica explica la diferencia entre una amenaza de inundación y una advertencia de inundación incluyendo información de seguridad.

    Esta grafica fue adaptada al español de la versión en inglés “Graphic: Flood Warning vs. Flood Watch”

  • <p>Esta gr&aacute;fica explica la diferencia entre una amenaza de inundaci&oacute;n y una advertencia de inundaci&oacute;n incluyendo informaci&oacute;n de seguridad.</p>

<p>Esta grafica fue adaptada al espa&ntilde;ol de la versi&oacute;n en ingl&eacute;s &ldquo;Graphic: Flood Warning vs. Flood Watch&rdquo;</p>

    Gráfica: Amenaza de inundación vs. advertencia de inundación

    Photo by FEMA Graphic

    Esta gráfica explica la diferencia entre una amenaza de inundación y una advertencia de inundación incluyendo información de seguridad.

    Esta grafica fue adaptada al español de la versión en inglés “Graphic: Flood Warning vs. Flood Watch”

  • <p>Graphic addresses the myth that survivors should keep their flood damaged items to show FEMA in order to get aid. Instead, survivors are encouraged to throw away moldy items for health reasons, and take photos of damage for their insurance claim.</p>

    Graphic: Flood Damage Myth vs. Fact

    Photo by FEMA Graphic

    Graphic addresses the myth that survivors should keep their flood damaged items to show FEMA in order to get aid. Instead, survivors are encouraged to throw away moldy items for health reasons, and take photos of damage for their insurance claim.

  • <p>Graphic provides tips on what to do if a storm has damaged your home/property:</p>

<p>1) Before you start cleaning up, take photos of the damage to your home and belongings.</p>

<p>2) Make a list of damaged/lost items, and gather any original receipts you have for those items.</p>

<p>3) Call your insurance agent to submit a claim.</p>

    Graphic: Storm Damage?

    Photo by FEMA Graphic

    Graphic provides tips on what to do if a storm has damaged your home/property:

    1) Before you start cleaning up, take photos of the damage to your home and belongings.

    2) Make a list of damaged/lost items, and gather any original receipts you have for those items.

    3) Call your insurance agent to submit a claim.

  • <p>&iquest;Sufri&oacute; da&ntilde;os a causa de las recientes tormentas?</p>

<p>1. Antes de iniciar la limpieza de su casa tome fotos de los da&ntilde;os y a sus pertenencias.</p>

<p>2. Haga un inventario de las cosas que perdi&oacute; o que se da&ntilde;aron y tenga a la mano recibos originales de los art&iacute;culos.</p>

<p>3. Llame a su agente de seguros para iniciar un reclamo.</p>

<p>Tener esta informaci&oacute;n a la mano le puede ayudar a facilitar el proceso con su compa&ntilde;&iacute;a de seguros y otros programas.</p>

    Gráfica: ¿Sufrió daños a causa de las recientes tormentas?

    Photo by FEMA Graphic

    ¿Sufrió daños a causa de las recientes tormentas?

    1. Antes de iniciar la limpieza de su casa tome fotos de los daños y a sus pertenencias.

    2. Haga un inventario de las cosas que perdió o que se dañaron y tenga a la mano recibos originales de los artículos.

    3. Llame a su agente de seguros para iniciar un reclamo.

    Tener esta información a la mano le puede ayudar a facilitar el proceso con su compañía de seguros y otros programas.

  • <p>If you live in a flood prone area, taking proactive measures are a must in order&nbsp;to protect your house and your valuables. For more information on protecting your home, visit <a href="https://www.ready.gov/floods">ready.gov/floods.</a></p>

    Protect Against a Flood Infographic

    Photo by Peter Herrick, Jr.

    If you live in a flood prone area, taking proactive measures are a must in order to protect your house and your valuables. For more information on protecting your home, visit ready.gov/floods.

  • <p>Roughly 40 to 60 percent of small businesses never reopen their doors following a disaster. But you can. Learn more about protecting your business at <a href="https://www.ready.gov/business">ready.gov/business.</a></p>

    Make Your Business Resilient Infographic

    Photo by Peter Herrick, Jr.

    Roughly 40 to 60 percent of small businesses never reopen their doors following a disaster. But you can. Learn more about protecting your business at ready.gov/business.

  • <p>This graphic shares what you can do to get ready before a hurricane comes.</p>

<p><strong>Know your zone</strong>: Get familiar with your evacuation routes and practice them with your family.</p>

<p><strong>Know what to do</strong>: Think about the actions you should take before a hurricane makes landfall, such as filling your gas tank and shuttering your windows.</p>

    Graphic: Get Ready for a Hurricane Now

    Photo by FEMA Graphic

    This graphic shares what you can do to get ready before a hurricane comes.

    Know your zone: Get familiar with your evacuation routes and practice them with your family.

    Know what to do: Think about the actions you should take before a hurricane makes landfall, such as filling your gas tank and shuttering your windows.