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Storm Driving Safety tips

Storm Driving Safety tips

safety tips for you --- before the storms hit. we don't get a lot of rain in the borderland-- but it doesn't take much to flood our streets. we talked to drivers today--- about their experiences... and their advice for others when it comes to staying safe on the roads. :17-:22 :33-:39 :45-:55 crystal molina 3:41 it affects the streets a lot. especially people's vision. and the tires slipping.. stuff like that. 3:44 crystal molina know first hand just how dangerous driving can be during a storm. she t-boned another driver during the borderland's last storms. you can still see the damage to her car. 3:53 does it make you nervous to hit the roads. yes, very nervous. it makes me want to stay in. especially, because el paso is not used to that. 3:59 2:36 oh we are horrible, we don't get rain so we are bad. 2:38 sebastian ciscato is talking about borderland drivers and bad weather. he's had his own bad experience. 2:58 i've gotten my car flooded, where it got totaled. that's why i kind of stay away from it. yeah, our sewers are not too good. 3:05 but many drivers have to hit the road-- even during heavy rain and high winds. jose grajeda :17 slow down first of all, and then if you start swerving just don't hit your bakes. because i've seen it happen. i saw someone hit another person because they tried to slam on their brakes and panicked and they hit another person. :27 here are some more tips to help keep you and your family safe from the las cruces police department. avoid slamming on the brakes. allow for greater distance between vehicles. never attempt to drive through flooded arroyos or streets. drive with your headlights on. and be on the lookout for drivers... who aren't thinking safety first. 1:41 i slow down. but you always see those big trucks and they do not slow down. they will drive faster. 1:45 of course-- you have probably heard the phrase turn around-- don't drown. and if the rain is too heavy or streets are flooded, don't be afraid to pull over to a safe distance from the roadway and traffic - until conditions improve. reporting live in west el paso--- stephanie guadian--- abc 7. today... juan gabriel's ashes arrived in mexico city from his beloved juarez aboard a mexican


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