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Tuesday, June 12, 2012

What Would You do if a Natural Disaster Forced You to Leave Your Home?

The Hill Park forest fire in Northern Colorado is in its third day and has already burned more than 43,000 acres, destroyed more than one hundred structures, and killed one person. People have evacuated their homes, taking whatever belongings they can carry.
What would you do in a similar situation? Do you have a plan to evacuate? A place to go? What would you take with you? Better to think about these things before a disaster occurs, rather than when you're running out the door. If you live in an area prone to seasonal disasters (flooding in the Spring or forest fires in the Summer, for example), it makes sense to pack a bugout bag before the season begins. The bag could hold such items as a change of clothes, emergency cash, prescription medication, a written plan that includes a list of local hotels, Red Cross shelters, local boarding facilities for pets; a meetup place outside the danger zone to find family members, neighbors and friends. When it comes to surviving a disaster, a little planning and preparation can go a long way.