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Tornadoes in Canada Tornadoes in Canada are very important to study because on average eighty tornadoes occur causing about two deaths twenty injuries and millions of dollars of damage each year Even though tornadoes are one of the smallest storms in area they can be the most severe To reduce the number of deaths and injuries caused by tornadoes everyone should know what to do to survive a tornado when tornadoes occur if they live in an area where tornadoes occur frequently how tornadoes are measured how they are created and the difference between a tornado watch and a tornado warning Surviving a Tornado Before a Tornado Before a tornado occurs everyone should conduct tornado drills each tornado season Everyone should designate an area in their home as a shelter and practice having everyone in the family go there in response to a tornado threat Discuss with family members the difference between a tornado watch and a tornado warning Have disaster supplies on hand including flashlights and extra batteries portable battery- operated radio and extra batteries first aid kit emergency food and water non-electric can opener essential medicines cash and credit cards and sturdy shoes Mobile homes are particularly vulnerable A mobile home can overturn very easily even if precautions have been taken to tie down the unit When a tornado warning is issued take shelter in a building with a strong foundation If shelter is not available lie in ditch or low-lying area a safe distance away from the unit During a Tornado During a tornado if you are at home go at once to a windowless interior room storm cellar basement or lowest level of the building If there is no basement go to an inner hallway or a smaller inner room without windows such as a bathroom
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