Thursday, September 7, 2017

Hurricane Guide And Preparedness List

Stay Safe, Please do not drive in any flood waters. God please protect the people and homes and bring about an evacuation for each and every person who is in harm's way in Jesus name! Give all those great favors who were affected by Hurricane Irma or Hurricane Harvey in Jesus name.
Quick List is here:

1. Fill a large zip lock baggie with candles, matches, lighter, flashlight, batteries, box cutter, bottle opener, fork & spoon, can opener and cell phone cords.
2. Fill a large zip lock baggie with Peanut butter, Tuna, Canned Re fried Beans, beef jerky, crackers, bread, apples, oranges, raisins.
3. Fill as many bottles as possible with drinking water and put them in a large zip lock baggie
4. Fill a large zip lock baggie with one change of clothes per person.
5. Put all of your zip lock baggies in a seal-able plastic bag to take with you.
6. Bunk anywhere you find dry land until you are rested. Head to the nearest shelter anywhere possible or to the nearest dry boat. Stay there until you are rescued.

The complete list is here:

Water (at least a gallon a day per person, for 3 to 7 days)
Food (enough for at least 3 to 7 days)
Non-perishable foods and juices
Foods for infants and the elderly
Snack foodsNon-electric can opener
Cooking tools and fuel
Paper plates and plastic utensils
Blankets and pillows
Clothing (Including rain gear and sturdy shoes)
First Aid Kit, medicines, and prescriptions
Toiletries and hygiene items
Special care items (for babies or the elderly)
Moisture wipes
Flashlight and batteries
Radio (Battery operated and NOAA weather radio)
Cash (Banks and ATMs may not be open or available)
Toys, books, and games
Important documents (Keep in a waterproof container)
Insurance, medical records, bank account numbers, social security cards, etc.
Pet care items
Proper identification and immunization records
Ample supply of food and water
Carrier or cage
Muzzle and leash
Full Tank of gas

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