When to call for help in a storm: What to know about weather emergencies

The first thing to do is find out if you need help.

You can get advice and advice from the local authorities in the region, or you can call the emergency services if you’re experiencing difficulty getting to the nearest emergency shelter.

The second thing to know is that it can take some time to get to a shelter.

If you’re worried about your safety, don’t delay getting to a designated shelter for an hour or more.

If the weather is getting really bad, or if you think you’ve been in a flood, call 999 for assistance.

If that’s not an option, there’s a helpline available for people who have lost their homes or are stranded in their cars.

What to do when you see an emergency situation The first call is to the local emergency services (LES) who can usually provide advice about getting to shelters.

If they can’t, the next thing to think about is how you’re going to get out of your home if you do need help from them.

If it’s a big house or if the storm has left you stranded, try to get as close to your house as possible.

It might be worth taking a walk around the block.

Some LES can give advice about whether you should stay inside your home or go to the shop for supplies, or whether you could move to a safer location.

But it’s important to be sure you know where you’re staying, so the nearest LES will be able to find you the nearest safe place to stay.

In some cases, they may offer advice on how to get home, or can offer help with other things such as getting a taxi.

In other cases, LES may offer you a ride to your destination, or may help you find a safe place nearby.

If your home is in an area with a strong wind, for example, it may be a good idea to call out for help, but if you can’t find a place nearby, or the wind is blowing hard, try getting into your car or walking.

There are also mobile phone and satellite phone services that can help you get out and about.

If someone asks you to, ask them to keep an eye on you, as this could give them an idea of what you’re doing.

In rare cases, there may be information on the weather service website.

If an LES tells you that you’re too far from the nearest shelter, or that you can stay a bit longer, but they’re not sure how long you should be staying, or what to do about you, you should talk to them about it.

There’s no harm in having a conversation about it, but don’t try to talk them into doing something you don’t want to do.

They might not have the time or knowledge to help you, so you’ll have to take your own advice.

There might also be advice on the LES website about what you can do to help yourself or your family if you have to leave your home.

If there are people in your home, they should be able at least be there to help if you get separated from your family, but you’ll need to be in a safe position.

The LES won’t know if you are staying with someone else or not.

If one of your family members has been to the shelter and they’re there when you call, they might be able, if they’re nearby, to help.

But you’ll be left with the decision whether to stay with them or leave, or call an LYS for advice.

The local government, or local councils, will decide what to call to get advice.

You might want to call your local LES, or another LES in the area, if you’ve lost contact with them.

It could be helpful to call the local community centre to see if there’s anyone there, or to see where they are.

It’s also a good time to call an emergency number if you don’ have any contact details, and to make sure you’ve got their emergency number.

If a person is unable to call you or someone else, the local council, or LES is usually able to do the talking.

They can tell you what to expect and what to ask for.

Some people may want to stay for a while.

If so, you might want some food and drink, or maybe some blankets.

The more you can keep, the better.

The time frame for a person to go to a place and get help is normally quite short.

The most important thing to remember is that people who need help don’t have to wait.

If everyone in your household is safe, and you have plenty of food and water, then you should go and see if they need help first.

If people need help in the immediate area, they can go and call a LES for help.

If no one is available, or a shelter is not close