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Tips to survive a nuclear attack

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Part 1. how to prepper for a nuclear attack 1- Make a plan. If a nuclear attack does happen, it won't be safe to venture outside for food — you should stay sheltered for at least 48 hours, preferably longer. Having food and medical supplies on-hand can put your mind at-ease, and allow you to focus on other aspects of survival. 2- Stock up on non-perishable food. Non-perishables can last several years, whether it's in storage or in sustaining you after an attack. Choose items that contain a lot of carbohydrates, so you get more caloric bang for your buck, and store them in a cool, dry place. 3- Store water. Consider keeping a water supply in food-grade plastic containers. Clean the containers with a bleach solution, then fill them with filtered and distilled water. Aim to have one gallon per person per day. 4- Get communication supplies. Being able to stay informed, as well as alerting others to your position, can be vitally valuable. Here's what you might need: A radio: Try to find one that's crank- or solar-powered. If you have to go with a battery-operated model, be sure to keep spare batteries on-hand. Consider getting an NOAA weather radio as well — this will broadcast emergency information 24 hours a day. Your cell phone: Cell service may or may not be maintained, but you'll want to be ready if it is. If you can, find a solar charger for your model. 5- Stock up on medical supplies. Having a few medical items available could be the difference between life and death if you're injured in the attack 6- Get other miscellaneous items. Round out your emergency preparedness kit with the following: A flashlight and batteries Dust masks Plastic sheeting and duct tape Garbage bags, plastic ties and wet wipes for personal sanitation A wrench and pliers, to shut off utilities such as gas and water Part 2. What to do in an imminent nuclear attack 1. Take cover as quickly as you can, below ground if possible, and stay there until instructed to do otherwise. 2. Find the nearest brick or concrete building and go inside. If you can reach better shelter within a few minutes, go there immediately. 3- Stay where you are for at least 24 hours. This could save your life. If there is a large blast, people in areas closest to it may have to shelter for up to a month. 4- Do not look directly at the flash or the fireball – it can blind you. 5- Take cover behind anything that might offer protection, such as a wall. 6- Lie flat on the ground and cover your head. If the explosion is some distance away, it could take 30 seconds or more for the blast wave to hit. 7- Take shelter inside as soon as you can, even if you are miles away from ground zero. The wind can carry radioactive fallout for hundreds of miles. 8- If you were outside during or after the blast, take off your outer clothing. This can remove up to 90% of radioactive material. 9- When possible, take a shower with lots of soap and water to help remove radioactive contamination. Do not scrub or scratch the skin.

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