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Winter Storm Survial Sg6

Winter Storm Survial Sg6






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    • Winter Storm Survival Crew SG 6 By Gisselle Garcia And Israel Cedeno
    • Being Prepared
      • Here are a few tips on how to be prepared for a winter storm/blizzard.
      • Remember to always have the supplies you need to survive a blizzard.
      • Have canned food, a weeks supply of water, A battery powered radio, firewood( if you have a fireplace), and Rock salt to melt the snow.
    • What To Do When a Severe Act Of Nature Is Near
      • Stay Inside.
      • Listen to radio or T.V.
      • Have extra batteries.
      • Flashlights and radio for weather updates.
      • Extra food, water, and medicine. Eat high energy food such as fruit and candy.
      • First aid supplies
    • What to Do During An Act Of Nature
      • Use a wood stove or fireplace to keep warm and heat your safely.
      • Use battery powered flashlights.
      • Close off unneeded rooms.
      • Avoid unnecessary opening of doors and windows.
      • Cover windows with blankets at night.
    • What To Do When Its Over
      • After the storm , clean up. To remove mold that may have built up. Mix 1 cup of bleach with a gallon of water. Clean surface with stiff brush.
      • Do not touch electrical wires.
      • Try to dig up the snow from the ground outside your house if it is over 6 inches.
    • Mental Preparation
      • Stay calm
      • Create a plan
      • Have a survival kit
      • Keep children with you at all times
      • Think positive because you never know what is going to happen.
    • Alternate plans
      • Make multiple escape plans for unexpected happenings.
      • Practice your escape plan until you remember it completely.
      • Double check supplies just in case
      • Also make sure you have a place where every body should meet after escaping
    • Bibliography
      • Cdc. “winter weather.” Centers for Disease Control and Prevention . 13 Mar. 2009. 19 Mar. 2009 <http://emergency.cdc.gov/‌disasters/‌winter/>.
      • Ebsco. “Lost in a White out.” Backpacker : 1 page. Academic Search Premier . EBSCO. David E. Owens Media Center, NJ. 19 Mar. 2009 <http://search.ebscohost.com/>.
      • FEMA. FEMA for kids . 13 Mar. 2009. 19 Mar. 2009 <http://www.fema.gov/‌kids/‌wntstrm.htm>.
    • Goodbye !!!!!!!!!
      • Hope you enjoyed the show.
      • Bye
      • From,
      • Gisselle
      • And
      • Izzy