Walking instead of driving doesn't always mean safe. A couple of years a go 2 men were killed by a falling tree during a storm walking home from a prayer meeting in my town. Though one is often safer on foot than in the car, being on foot does not guaranty safety from severe weather. Just b/c one has the option to walk and/or take public transit doesn't mean one should be braving all types of weather.
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