The worst disasters facing humanity are man-made. The chemical fallout in East Palestine is no different. Here, an East Palestine resident, Ted Murphy, discusses what he faced when reentering the town to get medications for his mother.
Ted Murphy is a resident of East Palestine, Ohio.
Ted lives right near the fallout site and moved his mother immediately after the derailment, but before the explosion.
— Addy Adds (@OneAddyAdds) February 16, 2023
If you live in California, you’re sure to encounter earthquakes at some point in your life. If you live in Florida, you’ve seen a hurricane or two. If you live in Minnesota, chances are you’ve experienced a whiteout blizzard. But how could you prepare yourself for a man-made disaster? Did anyone in East Palestine, Ohio, ever consider the possibility the government would drown their town in toxic chemicals?
Action Line: One of my regular encouragements for readers who want to prepare is to have a pre-planned evacuation site. Whether that’s a second home in the mountains or simply a reliable relative’s house, you need to work through what an evacuation to that place will look like with your family. Don’t forget to plan for your pets. And don’t forget to have medicines, important documents, valuables, cash, and other essentials ready to go with you at a moment’s notice. Click here to sign up for my free monthly Survive & Thrive letter, and I’ll help you get your family prepared for personal and financial security.
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