CHESTERFIELD, Va. — Jonathan McNamara, a spokesman with the American Red Cross, told WTVR the best thing to do when a storm hits is getting to a secure structure.
“Now, this can be a bathroom, this can be an indoor shower or recreation space. Anywhere that allow you to put as many walls between you and the outside where there’s going to be debris — possible trees falling. So it’s important to have that safe places,” McNamara explained to WTVR.
McNamara said to WTVR if there’s no structure around — get to the lowest level possible — like a ditch. He added one of the biggest mistakes campers make during severe weather is taking cover in their RV.
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