Are you prepared for an emergency if disaster strikes where you live? There are many examples of disasters, both man-made and natural: EMP event, power outage, hurricane, terrorist strike, nuclear explosion, financial crisis and more. This week, the historic winter storm Jonas is expected to strike the Maryland/Washington D.C. area and people are raiding store shelves in a panicked rush to gather food. There’s a good likelihood that power will be out for a period of time, people will be stranded in their vehicles on highways and other problems will crop up. After all, history has shown over and over what happens when storms hit.
You should ask yourself if you would be ready for a similar emergency event. It’s never a question of “if” disaster will strike; it’s always a question of “when?”. So are you prepared?