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An official guide to preparing for disasters.

Elderly, Special Needs, and Animals
ALL need to be prepared, Learn more below.

What are the chances?

Natural disasters come in many forms. Some areas are more prone to natural disasters than others. For example, the Rocky Mountain area of the U.S. won’t experience earthquakes, but forest fires and flash flooding are significant risks. Meanwhile, the midwest is less prone to forest fires, but more prone to extreme thunderstorms and tornadoes.

“We cannot stop natural disasters but we can arm ourselves with knowledge: so many lives wouldn’t have to be lost if there was enough disaster preparedness.”

– Petra Nemcova
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