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Emergenc y Steps By Lisbet Olalde
1.Get a flashlight and some extra batteries. I will go into my moms room get a flashlight and some extra batteries in case the ones I have run out.
2.I will get a candle. I would get a candle light in case something happened to my batteries or flashlight.
3.Get my radio. I would get my radio to see if the tornado kept going or if it had stopped.
4.Get my emergency contact list. I would get my contact list which is a list where all my contacts are for emergency’s.
5.Get bandages I would get some bandages in case I had cut myself.
6.I would get a bottle of water. I would get a bottle of water in case it was hot or humid in the closet.
7.Go to my moms bedroom closet. I would go to my moms closet because its bigger and I will be saver there.
8.Get a big pillow and put it over my head I will get on my knees and put a big pillow over my head so my head will be protected.
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