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The Nashville Flood of 2010

On Where Pianos Roam

I cannot say that I was one of the hundreds of people who were baling water out of their basements over the last couple of days. 

I cannot say that I lost a cherished home that is now almost completely submerged in water.

I cannot say that I had to abandon my car on I-24 when a flash flood consumed it last Saturday.

I cannot say that a close friend of mine passed away in the deluge that became the most rainfall Nashville has sustained in a two day period, ever.

Tips on Getting Ready for a Disaster

On Doomsday Addict

Who has not experienced any natural disaster be it fire or flood or tsunami at least one time in his lifetime? Amid such disasters, it is depressing that men lose their lives and properties and assets. Individuals or family members who do not do something regarding an upcoming disaster in general suffer the most. Disaster preparedness can help steer clear of all the perils and casualties that may take place in such times and protect the lives of your family members and community.

The government cannot do alone all the emergency arrangements, every community possesses its own duty. What should you know and do in getting ready for any disaster? The rest of this short article tackles this issue of disaster readiness and could help your family prepare before any calamity occurs.

What You Can Do With Your Documents

Just before any disaster ever takes place, you would like to secure all your crucial papers like birth certificates, insurance policies, title deeds, etc. A safety deposit box seems to be a good storage space for the original documents and you can personally retain the duplicate copies. It's highly recommended to have some money on hand should there be a need to evacuate.

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