3.Seaside

The biggest earthquake danger facing you at the seaside is a tidal wave (tsunami). Move to higher ground or an evacuation site immediately, without waiting for instructions or evacuation advice.

œIf there is no higher ground nearby, go into a building with at least four floors and take the stairs up to the 4th floor or above.
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œTidal waves attack in series. In some cases, the second and third wave is higher than the first. Never go back to the seaside, even if the waves recede.
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œIf there are signs pointing out evacuation routes, use them as a guide for evacuation.
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œIf an earthquake strikes while you're bathing in the sea, there may be lifeguards or lifesavers nearby. If so, they will tell you where and how to evacuate the area.

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