Earthquake Supplies Kit and Emergency Preparedness (cont.)
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Earthquake evacuation plans
If an earthquake occurs, you may need to evacuate a damaged area afterward. By planning and practicing for evacuation, you will be better prepared to respond appropriately and efficiently to signs of danger or to directions by civil authorities.
How to establish priorities and personal documentation paperwork
Take time before an earthquake strikes to write an emergency priority list, including:
Write Down Important Information
Make a list of important information and put it in a secure location. Include on your list:
Gather and Store Important Documents in a Fire-Proof Safe
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