Often people who have been in their vehicles during a significant earthquake say it feels like the car has four flat tires.
They stand on the sidewalk in utter disbelief, looking at their home, wondering what to do next. They shake their heads; this was not supposed to happen to them!
Windows were blown out of restaurants; the main road washed out; trees were blocking roads making travel almost impossible. What were they to do?
Emma’s parents work downtown and cross a bridge to get home. How will they get to Emma’s daycare if roads and bridges are closed after an earthquake?
Responding to support those impacted by fire, I often hear, “Why did I cancel my insurance?”
Disaster Preparedness Plans must be adapted to work for your unique situation. As we age, we may not be able to do what we used to do…