way to go, fematically
Splendid counsel, full of pith and sense, particularly in view of the thousands of Floridians still living in FEMA mobile homes after last year's stormy weather.
Fact Sheet: Hurricanes
Hurricanes can be dangerous killers. Learning the hurricane warning messages and planning ahead can reduce the chances of injury or major property damage.
BEFORE THE HURRICANE
Plan an evacuation route.
Contact the local emergency management office or American Red Cross chapter, and ask for the community hurricane preparedness plan. This plan should include information on the safest evacuation routes and nearby shelters.
You have to gaze with wonder upon the testes on an agency that puts people, many of them poor, elderly or infirm, in flimsy buildings and leaves them there for nearly a year without developing an exit plan to help "victims" find and relocate to other, sturdier housing.
Wait! There is an exit plan:
People living in FEMA trailers must find housing within 18 months or face possible eviction. Charlotte Sun-HeraldAnd as always, lotsa good advice:
In a building explosion, get out of the building as quickly and calmly as possible.