What to do if there is a nuclear attack?

Immediately enter the nearest building and move away from the windows. This will help provide protection against explosion, heat, and detonation radiation. It happens to cover yourself from the explosion behind anything that can offer protection. Lie on your stomach to protect exposed skin from flying heat and debris.

Enter the nearest building to avoid radiation. The best shelters are buildings such as schools or offices with few or no windows and a basement for camping. If there are no sturdy buildings nearby, it's better to be indoors than outside. An improvised nuclear device (IND) is a weapon purchased, stolen, or otherwise obtained from a nuclear state, or a weapon manufactured by a terrorist group from illegally obtained nuclear weapons material.

An accident at a nuclear power plant, a nuclear explosion, or a dirty bomb are examples of radiation emergencies.

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