You’re driving in your car, and suddenly an alert comes on the radio: There’s a tornado in your area, and oh no, you’ve just spotted it! While some teachers have told you that it’s best to take cover under the bridge, hiding under an overpass or bridge is actually one of the most dangerous spots. A tornado can send debris underneath the structure, you and your car could become debris swept up into the tornado, or the entire structure could collapse, crushing you. The safest place to be during a tornado is indoors, so if you’re driving, try to take shelter. If you cannot, get out of your car, get as far away from the road as possible and find a low spot to lay down in.