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Emergency Supply Kits
Look into what emergency response services are available to your neighborhood and city. Contact them for advice on how to plan and how well they are prepared to respond.
No matter what disaster happens, or has the potential to happen, a basic emergency supply kit should be maintained in every household.
This basic emergency supply kit should last at least three days for each household member. Below is a listing of just the basics for the kit. Make sure that you add items that are unique for your individual family situation. You could also have more than one emergency kit. Put one on each floor of your house, your car, and even your workplace.
Basic Items for Emergency Supply Kit
Remember this is only the basic list!Here are other items you may need:
You can normally get yourself 5 gallon plastic buckets at hardware stores to put this stuff in.
You also could get a large rubber trash can, fill it, and store it in your garage.The best thing is to be well prepared for a disaster!