Survivor Family Evacuation

Survivor Family Evacuation

By Coyalita Linville

Survivor Family Evacuation – The frequent news of hurricanes, wildfires, flooding, earthquakes, and tsunamis makes it clear that it’s important to be prepared when disaster strikes. You never know when a disaster, natural or otherwise, makes it make it necessary to leave your home.

For most people, an extreme event either induces panic or a “freeze” reaction. What would you do? Where would you go? How would you survive? It can be so overwhelming that you put it on the backburner and think, “This will never happen to me.”

This is especially true when others depend on you for security and shelter. Seniors, children, invalids, and even pets left alone to fend for themselves often spend their doomed last hours experiencing pure terror.

Your job is to provide your dependents with a defense plan of action and communication. Pets may be secondary, but the last thing you want is family members extremely distraught about the status of kitty and pooch. Include all family members in your disaster survival plan.

The fact is disaster can happen to anyone, anywhere. Some examples of disasters requiring evacuation are:

Nuclear catastrophes
Toxic waste spills
Terrorist attacks

It’s important to think about what might happen in the area where you live. Do you live near a coastline? That makes flooding and hurricanes a reality. Inland you may need to worry more about severe storms causing flooding and tornadoes.

No matter where you live you need to think about the possibility of a terrorist attack. Of course, no one wants to think about the devastation that could cause. Attacks happen and if you’re not
prepared you could find yourself without the essentials.


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