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Ready for a power outage or emergency?

It’s always a good idea to have an emergency kit handy in case of power outages or other issues — especially with the threat of stormy weather in fall and winter. See recommendations from the American Red Cross below.

 

Emergency kit basics

•       Water (one gallon per person, per day; keep a two-week supply at home)

•       Food (non-perishable, easy-to-prepare items; two week supply at home)

•       Flashlight and battery-powered radio, along with extra batteries

•       First-aid kit, toiletries, medications and medical items

•       Multi-purpose tool

•       Copies of personal documents, along with family and emergency contact information

•       Extra cash, clothing and blankets

•       Cell phones and chargers

•       Maps of the area

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