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According to a 2015 FEMA survey, less than 50% of people living in ‘tornado alley’ know what to do in case of an emergency or have a plan for getting in touch with friends and family members after a storm.
Spring storms have already rumbled through much of the country, reminding rural Americans how important it is to be prepared. This month on AARP Live we helped you plan for the unexpected. Watch as AARP Wisconsin state director, Sam Wilson and AARP Oklahoma state director, Sean Voskuhl discuss the latest tips and technology that can help you stay connected and protected during a natural disaster.
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