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How You Can Have the "Last House Standing"

July 9, 2015

Wildfire Evacuation

Wildfires have recently struck parts of the U.S. forcing many residents to leave their homes. These fires can occur at any time throughout the year, but the potential is always higher during periods of little to no rainfall, which make grass and trees burn more easily.

When a wildfire threatens your area, the best action to protect yourself and your family is to evacuate early to avoid being trapped. The Americas PrepareAthon! How to Prepare for a Wildfire guide offers valuable information to protect your family during a wildfire.  On page five of the guide, youll find tips to help you prepare for an evacuation, including:

  • Know your communitys evacuation plan and identify several escape routes in case roads are blocked;
  • Keep your car fueled and in good condition. Keep emergency supplies and a change of clothes in your car; and
  • Make arrangements now if you will need to share transportation or use public transportation.

If you drive during an evacuation and there is smoke, drive carefully because visibility may be reduced. Also, keep your headlights on and watch for other vehicles and fleeing wildlife.

Take disaster preparedness to the next level. Download the new Wildfire Safety Toolkit from the Ready campaign and Americas PrepareAthon! to share wildfire safety tips with family and friends today!

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The Last House Standing

What can you do with three minutes and $100,000? According to the Federal Alliance for Safe Homes (FLASH), you could have the last house standing.

Last House Standing is FLASHs exciting new mobile gaming application (app) that provides the ultimate design and disaster challenge! To begin, players are given three minutes and $100,000 to build a stylish and durable home in a virtual community. At the end of the challenge, a natural disaster strikes the neighborhood and the home is scored for flair and survivability. High scores are displayed on the Master Builder Board.

Get in the game! Download the app today and compete with friends to become a master builder and have the last house standing. Its available for free on Apple and Android devices.

To learn more about Last House Standing, take a look at this video clip from FLASH.

This game is also a great way to start the preparedness conversation with your family! Visit Americas PrepareAthon for valuable information about earthquakes, floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, wildfires, and winter storms.  

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Join the Next CERT Webinar

The Federal Emergency Management Agencys Individual and Community Preparedness Division is pleased to invite you to a webinar that focuses on practices that will enhance the experience for CERT participants with disabilities and others with access and functional needs.

Title: Inclusion of People with Disabilities and Others with Access and Functional Needs in CERT Programs

Date: Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Time:  3:00 - 4:30 p.m. (ET)

Guest Speakers:

  • Gay Jones, FEMA Office of Disability Integration and Coordination (ODIC)
  • Kathryn Gerk, Emergency Services Manager, Richmond, CA Fire Department
  • Jennifer Fales, Emergency Management Coordinator, Kansas City, MO Office of Emergency Management

How to Join the Webinar:

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