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LANDSLIDE AND MUDSLIDES  
DR DAVID CLEVELAND 508-487-1956  or  508-487-1981
CLEVELAND78@LIVE.COM
SURVIVING MUD AND LAND SLIDES
Be aware!

  • Areas that are generally prone to landslide are sites of earlier landslides, the bases of steep slopes, and the bases of drainage channels

  • Learn to read the signs. Look for patterns of storm-water drainage on slopes, noting es


  • pecially where runoff water converges.

If there's a violent storm:

  • Stay alert and awake – many landslide fatalities occur while people are sleeping.

  • Listen to the radio for weather reports. Short, heavy bursts of rain after longer periods of heavy rain are especially dangerous.

  • If you're in a susceptible area, consider leaving if it's safe to do so. But remember that driving during a storm can be risky.

  • Move upstairs.

  • Listen for unusual sounds that might indicate moving debris, like trees cracking or boulders knocking together.

  • If you're near a stream or channel, look out for sudden increases or decreases in water flow or a change from clear to muddy water. They may indicate a mudslide upstream so move out of the way!

  • Be especially alert when driving as embankments are particularly susceptible. Watch the roads for collapsed pavement, mud and fallen rocks.

What to do during a landslide:

  • Quickly move out of the path to a stable area.

  • If escape is impossible, curl up into a ball and protect your head.

What to do after a landslide:

  • Stay away from the area. There may be danger of further movement.

  • Check for injured and trapped people near the slide but without entering the area yourself. Alert rescuers.

  • Help neighbors who need assistance: old people, children and those with disabilities.


  • Listen to the radio or TV for the latest information.

  • Watch out for flooding – it often follows landslides.

  • Watch out for broken services like gas and water pipes – alert the authorities.

  • Check the foundations of your home for damage.

  • Replant damaged ground as soon as possible to avoid erosion which can lead to flash flooding.

And Yes, we do need many people to help with all phases 
of building and fund raising. THANKS!

What are Refugees? Refugee Implies a person escaping their home under the 

impending dangers of the life threatening effects of war and other terrorist actions. 

They become homeless; without their daily needs, for an unknown time. These needs

include health care; water; food; baby needs; human rights; often they have to escape 

their own country; clothing and ability to clean clothes; toilets and hygiene; social 

companion ships; safety. We have attempted to capture live video and interviews of 

Refugee needs; shelters; food and water availability; and their needs when they 

arrive in a new location and it's safety and dangers. Also free foods that are available in 

the wild, what they look like; what parts of the wild foods are edible and if they need 

preparation. A recent Operation Medicorp You-Tube videos show how to make knots; 

cross a dangerous water crossing; capture and prepare wild animals for eating; how to

built many types of shelters and methods to stay warm/cool in varying locations. Many 

well known refugees and their survivals as refugees are also touched on to emphasize 

that we were all Refugees, or relatives of Refugees at some time in our pasts. We have

attempted to Walk many miles in their shoes and provide on this site many items that 

could be helpful. The site is also mindful of many other Aid workers, Medical teams and 

the doctors. Almost every medical book is available under our link 'MEDICAL BAG' for

their use in off trail medical assistance. We have included lots of support information in 

the Safe use of Homeopathic remedies. With lots of research and it's own collections 

of medical books. Many sources for world maps World maps; SALT WATER TO FRESH 
WATER;MAP OF LESVOS GREECE; WE'RE REFUGEES TOO; SAMANTHA BEE; 
VACCINES ARE POISONOUS9-THE LANCET MEDICAL MAGAZINE); BULLYING;
Tony Robbins; S... O--- S... and Poisoning help;Harvard University and stress;Humor & 
comedy as a healing technique; Contact Operation-Medicorp; happiness;Health & Love 
for you; U.S. Army Support; U.S. Army Support and wilderness alarms;Anatomy 001-999 
For Doctors & Medical Teams in the field; dangerous Animals; Nutrition for Animals; 
Helping animCHILD BIRTH; Childbirth#2; DESERT SURVIVAL;Disaster emergencies;
D.M.S.O. The Wonderful pain reliever. If you can't find it Check a Veterinary supply store, you
 can take the same med. that vets have used on your horse for many years. D.M.S.O.; 
WHAT ARE THE DRUGS YOU MAY BE TAKING NOW. Most Americans are taking 6 per day! 
The F.D.A  will tell you on this chart; 19 EMERGENCY ITEMS; CAMPING INSIDE A TENT; 
Fire Creation; First-Aid Kit; Homeopathic First & Second aid; Greek Info-English; HERBAL PLANTS  2; Heros;NATIONAL CENTER FOR HOMEOPATHY; Homeopathy Home; Homeopathic Research; Homeopathy; Critical % Creative Thinking-Thesis; Homeopathic Subscribers;Users; Hurricane Survival; Hydroponic Plant Growing System; Insects And Spiders; Knife Sharpening using a Rock; Knot tying; Land-Mudslides;