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1-Hour Checklist - Think about What to Do Before it Happens
Stories From Fire Survivors Who Lost Their Homes
As we start our official fires season in California, ask yourself "Am I prepared? Am I really prepared?"
The most important thing you can do right now is block out 1-hour in September to think through your emergency disaster plan. I've provided a checklist of what to do with that hour - you'll sleep better at night knowing you are prepared.
I recently attended an emergency disaster planning workshop. The speakers were survivors of the Santa Rosa and Paradise fires and their stories made me aware of how prepared we really need to be. Having a go-bag (emergency pack) is not enough. What you think happens when your home burns down and what actually happens are very different.