How to build your 72 hour household disaster kit

When the next disaster comes, will you and your family be prepared at home? Often you need to survive at least three days before help arrives. Sometimes it takes longer but you want a good head start. Aaron shares FEMAs recommendation for the minimum you need to keep your household and family supplied for a short-term disaster.

FEMAs 72 hour checklist: https://www.ready.gov/kit

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