A Few Simple Steps To Prepare For Any Disaster

Better Safe Than Sorry”. Michigan may not be known for many natural disasters but there are other emergencies that can wreak havoc and create situations where you and your family could become isolated. No need for paranoia but how about doing some basic preparation in case the electrical grid goes down again (as it did in 2003), natural disaster strikes or terrorism interrupts our daily routines. September was National Emergency Prepardness Month, So here is a great list that can help you prepare over the course of a month.

The complete guide can be found at Ready.Alaska.gov

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Amy Miller

Reporter/Producer

Amy has been working in public and commercial radio for the last 30 yrs. She is an award winning reporter and news anchor, born and raised in Detroit.

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