Flamingos huddled in the bathroom of Miami Metrozoo for safety during Hurricane Andrew in August 1992. An interior bathroom on your home’s first floor might be your “safe room,” too.
Flamingos huddled in the bathroom of Miami Metrozoo for safety during Hurricane Andrew in August 1992. An interior bathroom on your home’s first floor might be your “safe room,” too. Ron Magill Zoo Miami
Flamingos huddled in the bathroom of Miami Metrozoo for safety during Hurricane Andrew in August 1992. An interior bathroom on your home’s first floor might be your “safe room,” too. Ron Magill Zoo Miami

Is your bathroom the safest place in your home to ride out a hurricane?

September 08, 2017 12:58 PM

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