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AlisaSophia

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Surviving in the Wild
« on: December 10, 2018, 02:08:07 PM »
We experienced a small earthquake here a few Alphanation Combat Fighter Review years back and it really opened my eyes. Living in California most of my life, we are used to earthquakes on a pretty continuous basis. The cities and communities around where we lived, are pretty much prepared for the aftermath of a large quake. It is a way of life there. Police and emergency services are dispatched, back up utility systems and power generators are engaged and there are plenty of grocery stores, gas stations, restaurants and other businesses that can be tapped for consumption.

It is not that way here. We found out within a few hours that the island was basically shutdown. The only electric company we have, shut down the power grid to the whole island. There is no "Natural Gas" company provider. Most homes are not even equipped for it. So, in a time of emergency there is nowhere to turn. Some residents did have backup gasoline power generators, but since there was no power, the pumps at the stations would not even work. Most residents were unprepared and drove to the nearest grocery stores for food, ice, and other essential items.



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