Laura Reynolds: "I didn’t even think about this until Trina Sheets with the National Emergency Management office says you can make your vehicle into a disaster prepared car by having an emergency kit ready. And Sheets says most importantly…you need this for any disasters headed your way."
Trina Sheets: "Well, I think it goes back to making a plan, right having that plan, know what threats and hazards are mainly facing your community and your listeners, if they want more information, they can do an internet search for their state emergency management agency website, and they all have just a ton of really great resources to inform citizens about the threats that face their communities and what they can do to be prepared for them. So it's educating yourself, I think, so that you know, again, when the bad thing happens, you know, what you're going to do and your family does as well."
Laura: "Make sure and help your elderly neighbors to with today's auto news. With today’s Auto News, I’m Laura Reynolds."
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