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

The decision to remain at the scene of the accident is made in the following cases:
• if a distress signal, a message about the scene and a request for help are transmitted using a radio station or by any other means;
• if the scene of the incident is not precisely defined, the terrain is unfamiliar and impassable (mountains, forest, deep ravines, swamps, a thick layer of snow cover, etc.);
• if the direction to the nearest settlement and the distance to it are unknown;
• if the majority of people in distress cannot move independently due to injuries.
Remaining at the scene of an accident, people must strictly comply with the rules of safe behavior, only this will allow them to survive and wait for the help of rescuers.

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