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Power lines sometimes droop or come down during high winds and storms because of falling trees or branches. Treat any fallen power lines as live, at all times.
If lines are down, you should:
If you are in a vehicle and power lines fall onto it, you should:
If you are forced to get out of the vehicle because of imminent danger, such as a fire, you should:
If you see a vehicle that has hit a power pole, do not try to rescue people or animals until emergency crews have given you the all-clear.
If you have a gas emergency – a ruptured gas pipe, the sound gas hissing or a consistent and strong smell of gas, you should:
If you smell gas inside a house or building, you should:
If you feel anyone may be at risk, or it’s in a public area, contact emergency services on 111.
If you smell gas outdoors, you should: