Red Cross Emergency Preparedness Kit

Red Cross Emergency Preparedness Kit

Hopefully you'll never have to use it, but in the case of an emergency it's smart to have a disaster supplies kit ready. If you don't think you'll ever get around to putting one together yourself, order the Red Cross Deluxe Emergency Preparedness Kit ($65), which includes a heavy-duty backpack stuffed with items like a battery-powered flashlight and radio (batteries included), water (2 quarts) and water container (2.5 gallon), an emergency blanket, U.S. Coast Guard-approved food bars, work gloves, light sticks, a breathing mask, a rain poncho, a roll of duct tape, and a first aid kit.

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