Stay away from the beach.
Tsunamis can travel hundreds of miles per hour, so you can’t escape if you’re close enough to see one.
If you’re on the beach and the tide suddenly goes out, head inland immediately.
A tsunami is coming and you may only have minutes to escape.
If instructed to evacuate, leave immediately with your family and pets.
Even a short delay to pack possessions could put you in danger.
Move to higher ground.
Find a place that’s at least 100 ft (30 m) above sea level or 2 mi (3 km) inland.
Help children, seniors, and people with disabilities reach safety.
They may not be able to do so on their own.