Many states have experienced hurricanes and you should know what to do if you enter an area recently affected by one. Some of those states include Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, Louisiana, Mississippi, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Florida and Texas. These states especially have experienced some of the costliest and deadliest hurricanes of all time.
In 2018 alone, 8 hurricanes formed in the Atlantic region. In 2017, many hurricane records were broken with a whopping 17 tropical storms resulting in 10 full blown hurricanes.
Hurricanes are extremely powerful forces of nature that can wreak havoc on a very large scale causing mass destruction and death. Normally, government agencies and non-profit organizations step in to evacuate areas with potential hurricane threats to avoid life loss and injuries. However, after the storm has passed, you still need to remain vigilant against the hidden dangers left behind by the hurricane while various business services work on rebuilding. Some may seem obvious but staying on the look out and knowing what to do could be critical to your safety.
Here are some tips for staying safe if you venture into an area recently affected by a hurricane: