To ensure safety, seek shelter immediately; sturdy buildings offer the best protection.
Avoid open fields and tall trees, as they attract lightning.
Close windows and doors to prevent hail from entering homes and causing injuries.
If driving, pull over in a safe location, as hail can shatter windshields.
Cover your head and neck with your arms to protect against falling hail.
Stay informed through weather forecasts and heed government warnings. Post-storm, check for and report any damages to property or power lines to authorities.
Remember, personal safety is paramount; property can be repaired, but lives are irreplaceable. Stay safe and prepared during hailstorms.
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