Regreso a casa después de un huracán o inundación

Prepararse para volver a casa después de una evacuación le mantendrá más seguro además de realizar inspección y la limpieza de los daños a su casa. Antes de viajar, asegúrese de que los funcionarios locales hayan declarado que es seguro entrar en su comunidad y que dispone de los materiales necesarios.

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