Evacuate the building or area promptly and relocate to a safe place away from the premises. DO NOT turn off or on any light switches, appliances or phones, as they are ignition sources.
As you exit through a door or window, leave it open if possible.
Call 911 from a safe location using a neighbor’s landline or cell phone. Never assume someone has already called.
In the event of respiratory distress for you or a family member, call 9-1-1 immediately.
Stay far away until your gas company representative says it’s safe to go back inside.
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Leave the area.
Sound the nearest fire alarm (NOTE: Due to its low odor detection threshold, natural gas is detected well before reaching high concentrations. Activating the fire alarm does not contribute to the existing fire risk posed by static electricity, electrical systems, and mechanical equipment in the building)
Promptly leave the building using the shortest and safest exit route and leave all exits open to facilitate ventilation in the area.
Do not use elevators; always use stairs.
Go to a safe location or to a pre-assigned exterior assembly area for your building.
Call 9-1-1 from the nearest phone in a safe location
Await emergency response personnel at a safe location.
If you know or suspect that someone is missing or trapped, contact the emergency personnel outside the building.
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