Most preparedness books provide important information about stocking up, purifying water, and protecting your family, but they don’t tell you what you need to know about a wide range of specific events like nuclear strikes, winter power outages, hurricanes, school shootings, wildfires, pandemic diseases, or job loss.
How to Survive a Dozen Disasters
Suddenly, the ground is shaking. Things are falling off the walls. Buildings may be collapsing. What to do differs, depending on if you’re at home, in your car, or at the beach.
Suddnely, you hear it. The unmistakable pop of gunfire. What should you do in a mass shooting? What if the shooter is far away? What should your kids do during a school shooting?
Civil unrest and riots are at your door, in your ordinarly peaceful hometown. How do you protect your family? How do you make your way home through angry protesters?
There, on the horizon, is the chilling sight of a tornado and it’s heading your way. How you’ll take immediate shelter depends whether you’re at home, in your car, outdoors, or away from home.
No matter how well stocked you are with beans, bullets, and band-aids, different disasters have variables that you need to know about. Information is power and can mean the difference between standing in line waiting for a hand-out and thriving, safely at home with your family.
The alert on your phone starkly warns you that a ballistic missile will hit your city in the next 20 minutes. You must take immediate shelter. How do you set up a shelter if you don’t have a bunker? What if you aren’t at home? Learn what happens during the initial blast and how long should you hunker down to protect yourself from fallout.
A hurricane is bearing down and you can’t evacuate because there’s no gasoline to be had. All roads out are gridlocked. How should you prepare your home? What supplies do you need? Learn how to ride out the storm and what kind of subsequent disasters can you expect after the storm hits.
If you live in wildfire country – or any forest – you know that a fire can tear through miles of woodland in just minutes. What are the 5 things you can keep in your vehicle to keep you from being blinded by smoke, able to breathe, and to help you escape when you have only minutes? Learn what you should do before you must evacuate.
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