Tag: floods

Staying Afloat During A Flood – Part 2

Last week, we spent some time talking about the threat of oncoming floods that poses a significant risk to low lying areas across the country – especially those along the Mississippi river and southern regions of the United States. The flooding is a constant reminder that even if we have all our preps in line,…
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March 31, 2019 0

Safety Tips for Driving Through and Avoiding Flash Floods

Safety Tips for Driving Through and Avoiding Flash Floods By: H. Davis A natural disaster can happen without warning, striking at anytime, anywhere. They can cause thousands of dollars in damage, especially when it comes to fast-moving water — also known as floods. That’s because most cars can be swept away in just 20 inches…
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September 1, 2018 0

How Many Disasters are You Prepping For?

How Many Disasters are You Prepping For? The reason I’m asking is this: too many preppers are getting ready for TEOTWAWKI yet they don’t concern themselves with natural disasters that claim American lives each and every year. This got me thinking so I started to do a little digging to see just how prepared most…
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April 20, 2015 0

Disasters, Floods, Fires and Herbal Medicine!

Disasters, Floods, Fires, a good reason to be prepared. On this broadcast of Survival Medicine with Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy these topics as well as wound care and the Jersey Shore boardwalk fire will be discussed. Most of us have experienced or have witnessed a disaster type flood at one time or another. Anytime…
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September 15, 2013 0

Natural to man-made disasters

This Friday on “In Time of disaster” we will continue the discussion of last week as we move from natural to man-made disasters such as a refinery fire, floods or in the case of the nuclear power plant in Japan and all other types of disasters that are caused in part or in whole by man…
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July 6, 2012 0