Tornado Survival 101: Tips to Stay Safe During a Tornado

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If you or someone you know is trapped or severely injured, the CDC says try not to move them unless there is immediate danger, but seek medical assistance immediately. Use thick gloves when handling or moving fallen debris, but watch for glass and exposed nails.

Stay away from downed power lines and be careful when walking around or through any damaged structures that might be unstable.

Click here to visit FEMA's website for the full tornado survival tips. Read incredible survival stories from the twisters.

ABC News' Leezel Tanglao and Lee Ferran contributed to this report

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