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Re: What would you do?

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BCnT

11-16-2012 20:41:58
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i'm about 450 miles from New Orleans and we had em here in cars...running out of gas and hiking thru pastures during the katrina evac before the storm ever hit...you naysayers keep your head in the sand.
all this horsechit about superstorms...read up about The Great Storm of 1900...estimates were between 7-12,000 dead...i went thru Hurricane Carla in '61...175mph sustained winds and gusts over 200.
here on the Gulf Coast,95 mph is a squall line.

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Bob Huntress

11-16-2012 21:06:26
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 Re: What would you do? in reply to BCnT, 11-16-2012 20:41:58  
It's not naysaying, BCnT. I'm saying that we need a more complete view of what happens at a disaster, and what the immediate needs are following one. The immediate need following any disaster is to first secure the situation. If you look on each side of yourself and each wall of the room you are in is blazing in fire or you stretch your neck as high as you can see, yet all you see is a giant wave about to nail you, could you imagine that you might be a bit preoccupied to worry if Greg has yummy food in his walk in freezer? BCnT, I've been through a few hurricanes with the USCG, myself. I was on the DART team out of Sector Lower Mississippi River/Memphis. I am aware that food is an issue, yet it is often represented as THE issue following a disaster. You can't lose sight of the big picture following any disaster. That isn't naysaying. It is keeping perspective.

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