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Nature Strike Without Warning

When natural disasters strike, the results are often devastating for both lives and property. Earthquakes, tornadoes, hurricanes and wildfires can leave you reeling. You should be aware of the potential for these events and take steps to protect your family.

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The Key is “Preparation”

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Everyone hopes for the best. Still, it’s crucial for any responsible person to have a realistic understanding of what natural disasters could hit and the potential outcomes if they do. Setting up emergency plans well ahead of time will keep you and your family all safer.

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Recovery for a Bright Future

After an emergency and once the immediate danger is over, your continued safety and well-being will depend on your ability to cope with rearranging your life and environment. During recovery, you should also consider things to do that would lessen (mitigate) the effects of future disasters.

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Preparedness

This phase includes developing plans for what to do, where to go, or who to call for help before an event occurs; actions that will improve your chances of successfully dealing with an emergency. You should also prepare a disaster kit with essential supplies for your family and animals.

Response

Your safety and well-being in an emergency depend on how prepared you are and on how you respond to a crisis. Taking cover and holding tight in an earthquake, moving to the basement with your pets in a tornado, and safely leading horses away from a wildfire are examples of safe response. These actions can save lives.

Recovery

After an emergency and once the immediate danger is over, your continued safety and well-being will depend on your ability to cope with rearranging your life and environment. During the recovery period, you must take care of yourself and your animals to prevent stress-related illnesses and excessive financial burdens.

During recovery, you should consider things to do that would lessen (mitigate) the effects of future disasters.

When we think of natural disasters or population wide crises we generally assume that rescuers will be available and the tools necessary to survive will be distributed. Recent experience in the United States, not to mention the entire world, proves that natural disasters and global crises, by their nature, prevent both efficient rescues and distribution of survival materials like water and food. It has become apparent that the scope of many geological and meteorological events and disasters has increased. As a result it has become imperative that families and individuals take steps necessary to ensure their well being during these times of crisis.

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