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Flood Survival

Flood Survival

Statistically, floods are the most devastating natural disasters.
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from hunting-scopes-... 7/9/2009 at 03:44pm

You would think that this type of information would be on the "evening news".....excellent work to help the public. it would be great even if the weather channels could focus on this subject more.

Anywhoo....my favorite quote "Practice situational awareness"

Thanks!
sb

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from HILAWZ45 6/3/2009 at 12:26am

Much like trout fishing a new stream...wear old tennis shoes or boots..have a staff or walking stick and try to walk against any perceived current to help yourself out of unseen holes. I also find a small towable inflatable raft can carry small kids, pets or personal items easier in flood waters. And stay outof the way of floating fire ants or snakes or gators..

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from purplehead 4/16/2009 at 08:54pm

Pic #5 reminds me of Ansel Adams, with a mood from VanGogh.

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from Nater7 4/14/2009 at 04:35pm

I dont know about you guys, but i would be in the boat in the first picture! Probably fishing! ha ha

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from Fishingfreak 4/13/2009 at 02:48pm

i would hate to be caught in one of those.....and bo, thanks for the tip.

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from Bo 4/8/2009 at 08:39am

Every year some Yahoo thinks that because he has 4wheel drive he can make it through the rushing water, not realizing that if the water can touch the underside of his vehicle, it can be swept away. I don't know how many rescue stories could be averted if people just thought about that fact. If you can't see the road, you can't tell if it's still there. Often times, it's not. When the road is gone and you're driving through where you thought the road should be, you've just lost your vehicle and maybe your life.

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from Yoda 4/7/2009 at 09:12pm

Wow those are some crazy photos

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from Bo 4/8/2009 at 08:39am

Every year some Yahoo thinks that because he has 4wheel drive he can make it through the rushing water, not realizing that if the water can touch the underside of his vehicle, it can be swept away. I don't know how many rescue stories could be averted if people just thought about that fact. If you can't see the road, you can't tell if it's still there. Often times, it's not. When the road is gone and you're driving through where you thought the road should be, you've just lost your vehicle and maybe your life.

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from Fishingfreak 4/13/2009 at 02:48pm

i would hate to be caught in one of those.....and bo, thanks for the tip.

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from Yoda 4/7/2009 at 09:12pm

Wow those are some crazy photos

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from Nater7 4/14/2009 at 04:35pm

I dont know about you guys, but i would be in the boat in the first picture! Probably fishing! ha ha

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from HILAWZ45 6/3/2009 at 12:26am

Much like trout fishing a new stream...wear old tennis shoes or boots..have a staff or walking stick and try to walk against any perceived current to help yourself out of unseen holes. I also find a small towable inflatable raft can carry small kids, pets or personal items easier in flood waters. And stay outof the way of floating fire ants or snakes or gators..

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from purplehead 4/16/2009 at 08:54pm

Pic #5 reminds me of Ansel Adams, with a mood from VanGogh.

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from hunting-scopes-... 7/9/2009 at 03:44pm

You would think that this type of information would be on the "evening news".....excellent work to help the public. it would be great even if the weather channels could focus on this subject more.

Anywhoo....my favorite quote "Practice situational awareness"

Thanks!
sb

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