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When the lights go out, will you have the emergency tools you need to screw, dig, or cut? You’ll need tools to dig, cut, fasten and and move things. And you’ll need good protection to keep your hands free of nasty little cuts that can cause big problems. Find out what’s on my list and please comment on what your plan is to help us all be more prepared!
I recommend that you have at least one flashlight per person in your household. Mount each person’s flashlight next to their bedside. If there’s an emergency in the middle of the night, everyone can find light immediately.