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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:Anonymous Coward 26942608:MV8yMDYxNzQ5XzM0Njg3Mjg4X0U0NDA1RkNB] Thanks for bringing this up. With s 15year old and a 10 year old, I never really put alot of thought into it. I will discuss with them and come up with a plan. I am bugging out when tshf so this is an important element. What if I can 't locate one of them. Sheeesh, the thought scares me. Luckily they do have quite a bit of family in my city. Both know their way around well enough. Intrestingly the 10year old more so than the 15 year old. I think he's more observant than she is. I think I will start by walking to the main places than driving. Help them with orientation. Its about a 2hr walk to the mall or to the theater, so it'll be good for them to understand this. [/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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