Disaster preparation can save lives. The Amateur Radio Emergency Services is a group that takes disaster preparedness seriously.
Randall Lorenz of Washoe County Amateur Radio Emergency Services says one of the most important things anyone can do is to have a safety kit ready. The kit should be properly packed with food and water in order to support health and hydration for an extended period of time. It should also be readily available when a disaster strikes.
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