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Natural Disaster Evacuation Plan



Saving San Francisco from destruction via an earthquake.

Saving San Francisco from destruction via an earthquake.



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  • Preparing for a SanFranciscan Earthquake By Luke He!um
  • Supply List 11 gallons of water for each family member Hand crank flashlight and radio Non-perishable foods for 1 week for each member Evacuation plan Road map
  • Preventing Death Strict building code Mandatory backflow valves Stops unsanitary spreading of disease Educate the roughly 2000 schools $1.1 million for education $5 million education leaflets 15 seismic stations $50,000 (3 more than already)
  • Routes to Leave Zone 1Zone 1 and all west of the Bay Zone 2 Half Moon BayRed part of zone 2 San Leandro and LafayetteSan Jose and Santa Clara Los Gatos and Saratoga
  • Best Routes Zone 1 Zone 1 Zone 2 280 S San Bruno and Redwood CityZone 2 580, 680 Lafayette and Napa County
  • Directions Out Zone 1:,+CA&daddr=Campbell,+CA&hl=en&geocode=FVJmQAIdKAe0- CkhAGkAbZqFgDH_rXbwZxNQSg%3BFf30OAId-zC7- CnpvtgtGTWOgDGYB34n0Q5ePQ&mra=ls&sll=37.520619,-122.03064&sspn=1.485657,3.537598&ie=UTF8&ll=37.775346,-122.419377&spn=0.000701,0.001727 &t=h&z=20 Zone 2:,+CA&daddr=Lafayette,+CA&hl=en&geocode=FVTZQAIdrUu2- CkD7aooi32FgDFnk3U11RW0cQ%3BFT4XQgIdfKC4-CmFj_qjfGCFgDEnaeQDXVgo- Q&mra=ls&sll=37.798933,-122.270966&sspn=0.370029,0.884399&g=Oakland&ie=UTF8&t=h&z=13 Zone 3:,+CA&daddr=Los+Gatos,+CA&hl=en&geocode=FfrAOQId1Ae8- Cn1P_mK5MqPgDF7cZ_KCoyduQ%3BFXMIOAIdaNC6- Ck_A3dTNjSOgDGmjHSsAVNn7w&mra=ls&sll=37.356513,-121.81778&sspn=0.602559,1.221542&ie=UTF8&z=13
  • How to Flee Fleeing necessary to avoid largest earthquake If no car/highway damage, families would drive to the refugee zones Contraflow highways 30% of population doesn’t have car They would use the large public transportation fleet Other areas unaffected will also be called upon for hotel infrastructure
  • Stopping a RepeatMake sure residents areequipped with fresh water andfoodMake sure large water reserveson tap for fighting firesEquip families with tips onescaping a fireContinue brick housing to stopquick burning.
  • Reducing Disease500,000 households outfit with backflow valves $150 apiece, but $125 tax credit. Stops disease and sewage spreadingMake sure all unaffected hospitals areready
  • Recovery Temporary one room houses for400,000 displaced $500 million$250 tax credit if moved in with familyRubble clearing 100,000 households $130 million to clean up
  • Total Cost 150000 for seismic stations 6.1 million for education 12.5 million for back flow valve tax credit 150 million for housing 130 million for clean up Total: $300,000,000