In what cases do disaster victims decide to leave the scene of the accident?

The decision to leave the scene of the accident is made in the following cases:
• if the location of the nearest settlement is known exactly, the distance to it is small and the state of people’s health allows overcoming it;
• if there is a direct threat to people’s lives (wildfire, rupture of an ice field, flood, etc.);
• if people cannot be detected by rescuers in this place due to dense vegetation;
• if within three days there is no communication and assistance.
At the scene of the incident, before leaving, it is necessary to indicate the direction of your movement: lay out the arrow, make nicks in the trees, leave a note in a noticeable place.

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