If a landslide happens in your area, it’s possible you’ll see water-logged-debris and masses of earth surging downhill at speeds of over 55 km per hour. Rocks, trees, and even automobiles can get picked up and carried along too, causing all sorts of damage. Unfortunately, landslides can happen suddenly and without warning. But there are things you can do to help prevent damage from a landslide and keep your family and property safe.
Things to do well in advance of a landslide
How to stay safe during a landslide
If you find yourself in a landslide, you may have only seconds to act. Here’s what to do:
What to do after a landslide
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