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Survival Guides

  • Hurricane Preparedness

    01 Nov 2005

    It didn’t take long for the “blame game” to reach critical mass after Hurricane Wilma tore through South Florida. Emergency water and ice distribution centers ran out of supplies, even though the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) had delivered more than 300 truckloads of water, ice and meals three days before Wilma came ashore, according to the Miami Herald. Failure to maintain adequate supplies of food and water in a disaster can cause inconvenient situations, or worse, threaten your survival.
    Posted in florida,hurricane survival,storm survival,survival water,survival food,survival supplies

  • Hurricane Season

    18 Oct 2005

    Tropical Storm Wilma has officially developed into the 12th hurricane of the 2005 season, and experts predict it will reach Florida by the weekend. By now, all of us are used to hearing about hurricane categories, which are based on a five-point scale. In fact, most Americans are speaking weather-ese and abbreviating them (“a cat 3 is about to hit”). But what do these numbers actually mean?
    Posted in florida,wilma,hurricane survival,tropical storm survival

  • Florida Hurricane Season

    26 Aug 2005

    Florida residents have learned the hard way that denial invites property damage, pain and suffering, and fatalities. They endured four hurricanes last year, which caused almost $50 billion in damage. This year alone, they’ve weathered 11 storms—and it took this double-digit onslaught to convince many Floridians to purchase disaster kits to protect their families, shore up their homes to brave heavy winds, and make a commitment to preplanning and preparation.
    Posted in florida,katrina,hurricane survival,disaster survival

  • Hurricane Preparedness 2005

    14 Jun 2005

    Even after surviving last year’s record hurricane season, 25% of Americans polled in 12 East and Gulf Coast states would do nothing to prepare for the next storm. Read "Hurricane Preparedness 2005" to see what you can to ensure your survival.
    Posted in hurricane survival,florida,disaster survival