“An Emergency Preparedness Guide Can Make Survival Preparation Easier” Was Published Today by The Absolute Rights Newsletter

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The severe storms that are sweeping across the United States, are why the Absolute Rights newsletter released the “An Emergency Preparedness Guide Can Make Survival Preparation Easier” article.

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The Nat'l Weather Service Storm Prediction Center upgraded today to a "High Risk" for tornadoes that indicates a higher threat than for Feb. 29, when a string of twisters across several states killed 13 people.

Today the Absolute Rights newsletter published the “An Emergency Preparedness Guide Can Make Survival Preparation Easier” article to provide the information people need for survival. Just 2 days have passed, the newsletter reports, since 13 people were killed by a string of tornadoes that swept across the Midwest and Southern parts of the United States, with more severe storms expected. The Absolute Rights newsletter explains there have been 2 tornadoes reported that have touched down in Alabama today, while people are trying to deal with the aftermath of the severe storms from Wednesday.

Using an emergency preparedness guide to be prepared, advises the newsletter, will help people increase their chances of survival in situations like these back to back storms the U.S. is experiencing. These 2 tornadoes have leveled houses, the newsletter adds, and caused damage to the jail and a school, while the severe weather sweeps across the nation from southern Ohio heading towards Kentucky into Tennessee, Alabama and Georgia. The newsletter explains there are people in Madison County that are being rushed to the hospital, because of the 2 tornadoes. It is too early to tell how many people have been injured, the newsletter reports, or the amount of damage the tornadoes have caused.

The Absolute Rights newsletter says the CBS news reported that, “The NOAA's National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center has upgraded today to a "High Risk" for tornadoes across the Ohio and Tennessee Valleys Friday afternoon and into overnight hours - that indicates a higher threat than for February 29, when a string of twisters across several states killed 13 people.” The newsletter explains that people that have taken the time for disaster emergency preparedness will be the most prepared for these events.

Being prepared will greatly increase your chances, the Absolute Rights newsletter says, by knowing about early emergency alerts and exactly what to do during the disaster, along with the supplies people will need to survive the after math of the crisis situation. “The Get Out Of Dodge” report published by the Absolute Rights newsletter is the best emergency preparedness guide to use when preparing for survival of a disaster.

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