4) Use Waterproof LED Lights
In case there is no electricity then battery operated lights are very important. This will not only keep your hands free to assist others but will also help you work even if you are exposed to water. They are also more durable, shock resistant, and consume a very small amount of energy. These will allow you to see more clearly without blinding you. Halogen lanterns are also a great way to light up in the event of power outages. Although they are more efficient that regular lanterns, always be sure to have plenty of batteries on hand, you never know just how bad a storm is going to be until it hits. Candles and oil lamps should only be used as a last resort. And most importantly, never run a generator indoors. Many people who survive a storm end up dying of carbon monoxide poisoning by doing this.
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