With the swarm of recent earthquake activity in Southern California, now is a good time to plan ahead before a catastrophic event hits the Coachella Valley.
iHub Radio reminds you to have basic disaster supplies on hand at home, at work, and in your vehicles. Be sure to consider the unique needs of your family including supplies for Seniors and Pets. You should have supplies to last 72 hours minimum, and preferably up to two weeks.
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STOCKING THE BASICS...
WATER. Minimum of 1 Gallon per person, per day.
FOOD. Non-Perishable items not requiring refrigeration.
EXTRA BATTERIES. Various Sizes for Lights and Communications
WHISTLE. To signal for Help.
DUST MASKS. To filter contaminated Air.
MOIST TOWELETTES, GARBAGE BAGS. For personal sanitation.
WRENCH. To turn off Utilities.
MANUAL CAN-OPENER. For canned Food.
CELL PHONE. With back-up charged batteries.
CASH or TRAVELER'S CHECKS.
PORTABLE GAS STOVE or BBQ.