From 14news.com (USNBC)
The Red Cross and the EMA say there are several measures that all of us can take to ensure our safety in the event of a weather emergency.
Red Cross spokesperson Julie Krizen says preparation for a weather emergency is a three step process.
“There’s really three essential steps that people can take to make sure they’re safe when there’s incoming severe weather. And that is making a kit, make a plan, and be informed. Things that you should include in your kit are drinking water, a first-aid kit, gloves, just anything that can keep you safe,” noted Krizen.
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