- The best protection against injury in a tornado is a
Storm shelter. However there are other actions that people can take to
- The recommended precautions that we are familiar with
- Going to the lowest level, away from exterior walls, in
an interior closet of bathroom.
- Perhaps to improve protection, we may need to examine
further how people perceive these recommendations. Particularly when we
know that the availability of shelters is not where we would like for it
to be. For instance, should we need to assess how many single-family homes
in Oklahoma actually have a "recommended safe place?"
- Again, we see the data clearly supports recommendations
to cover the body with thick blankets or clothing to protect against soft
tissue injuries, and to protect the head and brain with a bicycle or