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EMP or Power grid failure--Let's make a easy 5 step plan for our children.
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[quote:no-one-special:MV8yMDYxNzQ5XzM0Njg1NzM3XzNCQzk5MUYw] My children are fairly young still. We do have an emergency plan. They don't go anywhere with my husband or I, unless its to grandmas house across town. But if something happens at school, the schools plan is gather the children into the cafeteria. I told my oldest son if that ever happens he needs to find his brother and sister and hold there hands until I show up. Me, no one else. They are not to walk home, it may not be safe. If they are at grandmas, she lives in the middle of an orchard, and they are to stay until dad or I get there. I don't want my kids walking home if TSHTF..... [/quote]
Let's assume our children are away from our home. Do they know what to do if all power fails?
1) When power fails, always locate a grownup.
2) When power is out for more than 30 minutes find a parent.
3) If power is out for more than 2 hours get home.
4) Follow family plan if you have to walk home (know directions)
5) If parents not home when you get there, follow family plan until parents arrive.
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