If you are caught outdoors in the vicinity of a hazardous materials incident, should you try to move away from the release?

Possible Answers:

  1. Upstream
  2. Uphill
  3. Upwind
  4. All of the above

The Correct Answer:

D. If you are caught outdoors in the vicinity of a hazardous materials incident, you should try to move away from the release: Upstream, uphill, and upwind.

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