Disaster doesn't wait for your family to be together to strike. In fact, it may well happen while children are at school or one or both parents are away at work.
Do you have a plan in place to take care of your family until you can reunite? Will you even be able to find them after a major disaster? Will your plan still work if many of the local cell towers are down?
We all hope we'll never be directly impacted by a disaster. But hope is not a plan. With that in mind, here are some tips to help you through such a crisis:
Finally, have emergency "go-bags" packed in advance. Don't forget:
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