It’s pretty safe to say that Kansas is a fairly quiet and secure state. Pair that with unsurpassed beauty and you’ve got yourself an essentially perfect place to live! Well, almost perfect. There are still some undesirable aspects to the state, like dangerous animals in Kansas, and dangerous things in Kansas like cities with high crime rates. We’ve gathered up a few scary things in Kansas that you’ll likely want to avoid, as these things can definitely kill you!

Check out this terrifying video of a tornado in Kansas tearing apart a town from Youtube user Reed Timmer:

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Most Dangerous Things In Kansas

What can you do to stay safe in Kansas?

The following are ways you can stay safe in Kansas:

  • To stay safe during a tornado, head to a basement, storm cellar, or small interior room with no windows. The winds can easily break glass causing the risk of injury while you’re sheltering. Keep your head and neck protected and have a radio, cellphone, or other communication device with you in your safe sheltering space. State officials also recommend signing up for an alert service so you have time to prepare in advance of a storm. And perhaps most importantly, if you end up getting blown away by a tornado, don’t trust any wizards running Emerald Cities.
  • To combat another weather hazard, the intense heat, wear loose and breathable clothing and avoid strenuous physical activity if possible when temperatures are dangerously high. It’s important to stay hydrated with plenty of liquids, water being the most advantageous option.
  • Unfortunately, there’s no way to stay safe from your sports team losing a big game. It’s a rough world. That one’s up to the universe and the coach. We recommend treating the injury with chocolate and relentless, though possibly delusional optimism.

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