Check the sewers and drains.
Keep drinking water, food and, most importantly, dangerous items in a safe place.
A radio, torch and replacement batteries
Protective clothing (waterproofs, Wellington boots, etc.).
A first aid kit and any medicines used by the family.
Essential items needed by babies, old people and the disabled
In the event of an emergency, phone 112.
Fasten doors and windows.
Take measures to prevent water coming in.
Bring anything that could be swept away inside.
Disconnect electrical equipment.
Keep away from basements and low areas.
Keep away from floodable watercourses that might become torrents, do not linger on bridges, riverbanks or near the mouths of rivers.
Do not enter flooded areas either on foot or in vehicles.
Avoid travel. When essential, keep to main routes.
Carry a mobile phone with a spare battery and ensure your vehicle has sufficient fuel.
If the worse comes to the worst, evacuate.
Fasten all doors and windows.
Cut the water, gas and electricity supplies.
Follow the instructions given by the authorities.
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