How to Create a Family Emergency Preparation Plan

It’s difficult to escape images of people coping with emergencies, whether on television or online. It seems surreal to see pictures of fires, floods, hurricanes, earthquakes or even worse situations.

The dangerous part is: most people don’t expect to go through a natural disaster or other traumatic event. However, statistically, facing an emergency situation is more likely than not.

When any kind of emergency strikes, be it a personal crisis or community crisis, the first priority is protecting family. Family, in this case, can mean all loved . . .

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