Prepare for Disaster: A Quick Reference Guide: How to Prepare Your Family to Face an Emergency
After observing the devastation of hurricanes Katrina and Rita, the tsunami in Indonesia and Malaysia, catastrophic floods worldwide, and earthquakes in diverse places, Dian and Mary acquired a deep desire to share their knowledge and information with everyone who wants it. This manual is intended for the instruction and benefit of you and your family to be ready before a disaster hits. If ye are prepared ye shall not fear.
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72Hour Preparedness Kit pg
Make a Plan pg
Chemical Emergencies pg
Mudslides and Debris Flow pg
Winter Storms and Severe Cold pg
Heat Waves pg
72 hour 72-hour kit ready aid kit and/or Blankets cell phone Check chemical emergency cracks crank radio debris door Drills earthquake easily accessible electricity Emergency Module eruption extra batteries family members family’s needs FEMA fire flash floods Flashlight with extra flooded areas Frosty the Snowman gallon of water gloves ground heat source heat wave hour kit ready Hurricane Katrina Kaopectate kids Kritters light Listen live manual Morse code move MRE Meal mudslide mudslide/landslide neighbors numbers Pepto-Bismol plastic possible prepared protect your head pyroclastic flow rain ready and easily relief cream Remember rescuers shelter shovel snow someone Stay inside stay warm STORMS AND SEVERE strike sure Syrup of ipecac terror attack terrorist attack throat lozenges thunderstorms tornado Tornado Drills trapped trees tsunami utility lines vehicle Walkie-Talkies warning Watch water per person weather wildfire wind WINTER STORMS