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Dear Apex…

Dear Apex, What suggestions do you have as to which items should be included in a hurricane preparedness kit?  Amanda M.  Amanda, Thank you for your question.  As most of you know, hurricane season is right around the  corner. Over the next months we will take the time to focus on hurricane preparedness. We will cover everything from suggested items in your hurricane kit, supply list, medical  needs, property preparations, and even preparations for your pets. Make sure your hurricane kit includes the following: Have on hand an extra supply of medicines Obtain extra cash Flashlights with extra bulbs Batteries (in different sizes) Battery operated radio Battery operated lanterns Matches First aid kit Duct tape Rain gear Clock (windup or battery powered) Plastic garbage bags Fire extinguisher Scissors Can opener Clean clothes Extra blankets Heavy gloves Respiratory protection with at least a N-95 filtration rating When it comes to food and water, our suggestion is as follows: Pack non-perishable food for each person you are responsible for (3-7 days) Bottled water (one gallon/person/day) ...

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