Electrical safety during a hurricane : public service announcement
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Electrical safety during a hurricane : public service announcement

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      This podcast is presented by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. CDC – safer, healthier people.

      This is an important message from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

      Power outages and flooding can cause electrical hazards. Never touch a downed power line or anything in contact with one. If a power line falls on your car, remain inside unless the car catches fire or authorities tell you to get out. Do not touch a person who has been electrocuted without making sure the person is no longer in contact with the electrical source. To learn more, call CDC at 800-CDC-INFO.

      To access the most accurate and relevant health information that affects you, your family and your community, please visit www.cdc.gov.


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