DONT LOOK AT IT. Seriously, shield your eyes as best you can, as if you look at it you can be blinded either temporarily or permanently.
Open you mouth so your eardrums don't burst.
If you've survived this long, congratulations, you have 15 to 20 minutes to get out of the way of the cloud of radioactive dust before it falls and you start breathing that primordial shit in. If you are downwind of where the blast occurred and can flee, do so perpendicular to the wind. If you can't you will want to shelter in place either in a basement or above the 9th floor of a solid looking structure.
Try to keep you skin nose and mouth covered so long as it doesn't impede you getting out of town or sheltering.
Get out of town.
Decontaminate, though there will likely not be dudes in yellow suits to do this for you. Essentially you want to separate yourself from the radioactive dust you brought with you while spreading it as little as possible. This means taking off your clothes, which does 80 percent of the job and then taking a shower with lots of soap, shampoo, and scrubbing, which will do 95% of the job.
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