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Use Electricity Safely In Wet Areas
Raise cords off damp floors.
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Use Chainsaws Safely
Sharpen the teeth, check the chain tension and lubricate the chainsaw before cutting downed or damaged trees and debris.
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Use Generators Safely
Use gas-powered generators outdoors only.
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Stay Healthy
Wash hands with soap and water often.
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Make Sure Food Is Safe
Frozen or refrigerated foods warmed above 40 degrees for more than two hours may not be safe to eat. Discard most food that has contacted floodwater.
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Make Sure Water Is Safe
Listen for announcements about the local water supply. City water users will be notified if their water supply is contaminated.
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Turn Off Gas
If the gas meter is outside, turn off the gas by using pliers or a wrench to turn the valve a quarter turn so the valve is perpendicular to the pipe.
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Turn Off Electricity
If you have to step in water to get to your electrical box, call an electrician or your power company to do it.
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Cleaning Up Your Home After Flooding - Videos
Kansas State University experts explain how to begin cleaning up your home after a flood. Watch the entire video or each segment below.
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Document What Happened
Document what happened, when it happened and what damage was sustained.
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