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Your house, car, or other place is on fire. Your home and things might get damaged. You might get hurt or die.
The ground shakes. Sometimes windows break, walls fall, and streets crack. Things might break in your home. You might get hurt.
Water is where it shouldn’t be. A flood can be from rain, a river, or a broken pipe. Your things might get damaged. You might get hurt or die.
A car hits another car, a person, or a thing like a tree or pole. Your car will get damaged. You might get hurt or die.
The heart doesn’t work correctly. There is pain in your chest. You are very sick and might die.
You fall to the ground while walking, running, or climbing. You might get badly hurt.
Someone tries to hurt you physically. You might get hurt or die.
A large amount of dirt slides downward. It can damage your home and things. You might get hurt or die.
Smoke, ash, and lava come out of a hole in the ground. Things may be damaged. You could be hurt or die.
You can’t breathe or talk. You may die if you can’t get help immediately.
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