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Tropical cyclones are among nature’s most powerful and destructive phenomena. If you live in an area prone to tropical cyclones, you need to be prepared.
Even areas well away from the coastline can be threatened by destructive winds, tornadoes and flooding from these storms. How great is the danger? For 1970-2010, the average numbers per year were as follows.
While residents scramble to board up their houses and stock up during the last open hours at local groceries stores, hurricane shelters across New Providence are preparing for an influx for residents as Hurricane Irene approaches into the afternoon.
At New Providence Community Center, one of many hurricane shelters for the Western division of New Providence, a special team has been training with T...
As all are aware the country is once again under threat of impact by a major hurricane.
DISASTER SUPPLIES KIT
One of the most important tools for emergency preparedness is the Disaster Supplies Kit. Below are the most important items. Stock up today and store in a water-resistant container! Replenish as necessary.
Two-week supply of prescription medicines
Two-week supply on non-perishable/special dietary foods
DRINKING Water/containers: 1 gallon per day for two weeks
Hurricane Season in The Caribbean officially began on June 1st and ends November 30th, meaning that this is the period most likely to see Hurricane activity. However, a natural disaster can occur at any time, and the best defense is to always be informed and prepared
Apart from the dangers posed by the force of high winds and heavy rainfall, a hurricane can also produce abnormal and extremely ...
With Hurricane season here, everyone needs to get hurricane supplies ready: flashlights, batteries, non-perishable food, bottled water, and medication. Ensure that your medications and supplies are stored in a safe location and can be easily gathered if you must quickly evacuate.
As forecasters were predicting yesterday that Tropical Storm Hanna would regain strength and hit New Providence as a category one hurricane by tomorrow and Tropical Storm Ike also posed a threat, many Bahamians were slow to purchase the necessary supplies to prepare their properties for the onslaught. But some store operators said some people bought supplies days in advance.