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Assembling A Disaster Supply Kit

Before a severe storm hits, we suggest assembling a disaster supply kit that contains the following: First Aid Kit Canned Food & Can Opener Battery-Powered Radio & Flashlights (remember extra batteries) At Least 3 Gallons of Water Protective...

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Aiding the Injured After a Tornado

Tornado Injury Preparedness with Ground Zero Shelters Living in places like Oklahoma City, OK, or nearby Tulsa, OK, you've probably seen how strong tornadoes can be. When tornadoes hit, our first thought is often about the safety of our friends...

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Your Well-Being

If you are aiding in helping victims or clean-up, take your health seriously. Take a look at our recommended tips below: Be aware of exhaustion. Don’t try to do too much at once: set priorities, pace yourself & get enough rest. Drink plenty of c...

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Safety Issues

It is of the utmost importance that you are aware of how to handle safety issues after a disaster. First thing, make sure you are aware of the new safety issues created by the disaster. Watch for: Washed Out Roads Gas Leaks Contaminated Building...

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After a Tornado, Watch For These Hazards When Entering Your Home

Tornadoes are wild storms that can pop up without much warning and cause a lot of damage. If you live in places like Oklahoma City or Tulsa, you've probably heard about or seen their effects. Imagine strong winds tearing through towns, knocking ov...

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What to Look for When Entering Your Home After a Natural Disaster

When you go inside your home after a natural disaster, there are certain things you should and should not do. Enter the home carefully and check for damage. Be aware of loose boards and slippery floors. The following items are other things to check inside...

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