After a hurricane, safety needs to be the priority


No matter where you live, your home and property are susceptible to storm damage.  Louisiana just felt the impact of a hurricane. Tennessee and the east coast are facing possible flooding. 

Severe weather happens and people do try to prepare for it as best they can. However, safety needs to be considered after the storm as well. In trying to get life back to normal as quickly as possible, some people forget to take these well-known necessary precautions. 

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Flooded streets and yards are often the effect of a storm. Staying away from roads that might have downed trees or power lines is always a good call. Even though it may be tempting to try to return home right after the storm has passed, the roadways may not be safe and, in fact, could pose a danger if the road has been washed away.



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