Whether it\’s a big disaster or someone gets hurt around the
house, knowing how best to respond might affect who lives or dies. Many
communities offer free training to ensure their residents are prepared for the
Now is the time to prepare for potentially dangerous summer storms and review what to do.
There is an old saying: \”an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.\”
When flurries threaten the Washington area, everyone runs to the store. But do you really know what to buy for your emergency kits?
Following a week of terrifying news, emergency management agencies are urging citizens to be prepared before tragedy strikes.
Local counties are doing what they can to
for the sucker punch meteorologists expect
Hurricane Sandy will deliver to the D.C. area.
The question of how to help in an emergency is
top of mind after
learning dozens of people passed by a bloody
in Arlington as he lay dying on
the sidewalk. Arlington Police say that man had
been hit by a car.