With more major weather events happening every year, FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) is getting out in front of these crises by preaching natural disaster safety in this new commercial.
FEMA’s slow action during Hurricane Katrina was well publicized in 2005 and it seems the agency is making its best efforts to prepare citizens for the worst. Television personality and weather man Al Roker stars in this commercial as he stands near the water, giving the weather report for the day. Throughout his report, the weather goes from bad to worse in a matter of seconds and almost blows him over.
Although you can’t predict the weather, this commercial suggests you plan for bad weather to ensure your safety.
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