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No one likes to think about the possibility of natural disasters like floods, fires, hurricanes or tornados in their future. Nor do they like to think about crimes like theft and vandalism. However, spending a little bit of time now making an emergency plan can help you have more peace of mind and be prepared if you ever need it. Learn the steps to take before and after a disaster, how to evacuate, how to find emergency family assistance and more.
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