Whether it’s hurricanes, earthquakes, are other widespread disasters, it’s never too soon to get prepared, but it will…. sooner or later… be too late.
“It’s critically important that individuals and individual families understand what they have to do, from their point of view,” said Dr. Irwin Redlener, the director for the National Center for Disaster Preparedness at Columbia University. “Preparedness should be something we all do naturally. It’s very similar to when we get into a car. We put on a seatbelt automatically and we know we’re prepared in terms of not going thorugh the windshield if there’s a collision. We have health insurance and life insurance and homeowner’s insurance, all which are there just in case we need those things.”
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