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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:Harper77:MV8yMDYxNzQ5XzM0Njg2MjQ4X0YwNDk3N0Ez] [color=darkblue]No. Say the kid is in school. You TRAIN them where to go in the event all hell breaks loose. My kids went to school in a major metropolitan area of several million people. The school was 2 blocks from the lake. I trained my kids to go to the beach under the lighthouse since no one's natural inclination is to go swimming if things get ugly. I can also go in by boat and avoid the gridlock and panic. Of course, I had a boat at the ready.[/color] Wishing I could do the blue block thingie.. Anyway I was just thinking. Does your boat power by oars? You must live close! [/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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