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How to Survive a Hurricane on YouTube Live: How to Be Safe During a Storm

Live video from the World Cup soccer tournament has become the stuff of legend, but some experts say you can’t simply watch it on your smartphone or tablet, or watch it over the Internet.

So how do you make sure you’re safe during the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea?

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has posted a list of tips on how to stay safe during a storm.

Here are a few key points:1.

Make sure you have enough food and water.

The IOC recommends having a large emergency food and drink supply for your family, a portable shelter, and extra blankets and blankets for your home.2.

Stay at least a mile (metre) from the nearest road.

This will help prevent your car or other vehicle from being struck by a tornado.3.

Avoid driving if there is a storm warning.

If there is one, use it.

It will alert you to the location of a tornado and help you avoid driving if it strikes.4.

Take shelter in a car.

This is essential to keep you safe during this storm.5.

Keep an eye on weather forecasts.

This can include the current storm track and the expected wind speed, and how it will affect your home and your car.6.

Be prepared for the worst.

The more prepared you are, the better you can avoid getting hurt.7.

Know what to do if you’re in the path of a storm, whether you’re alone or with others.

Make yourself as safe as possible and don’t panic.

The IOC says it has received thousands of emails and comments from people who have been affected by the storm.

The message from the International Olympic committee is that people can always get help if they need it.

“I’m very glad people are trying to help and I appreciate that they are,” said Joanne Karpinski, who lives in Los Angeles.

“The Olympics is a lot more fun when everyone is together.”

She added: “I have a lot of friends and family that are going to be going to the Olympics, so it will be really cool if they have a way to help.”

She said she and her boyfriend had already packed their bags and were preparing for the Olympics.

“We’re not going to go into the Olympic Village because we don’t know how we’re going to get there,” she said.

“We’re all trying to be as prepared as we can and be safe.”

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