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N.C. Clean-up in Full Swing after Hurricane Dorian

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Coastal Residents Advised to Restock Hurricane Survival Kits

— After surviving last week’s fury, North Carolina’s Outer Banks residents are cleaning up the mess left behind by Hurricane Dorian- the muddy trail of destruction, uprooted trees and debris piled up. The worst damage on the mainland U.S. was noted to be on Ocracoke Island where floodwaters have ruined many houses.

Early last week, damage assessments began in coastal counties as North Carolina Emergency Management (NCEM), along with its state and local partners, continued to deliver recovery aid to its residents. Non-profit organizations also began extending their help to North Carolinians in need. Residents also started to reorganize and restock their hurricane survival packs as a new storm is expected to form near the Bahamas and Florida.

With the forecasted rise in stronger hurricanes and other storms, people are looking for ways to cover all the bases before the next natural disaster. Apart from basic commodities like food and water, residents are advised to add medical supplies and hygiene provisions in their hurricane survival kits. They strive to be self-sufficient and prepared for the 72 hours directly following the onslaught. That’s where Surviveware comes in. Surviveware, which specializes in preparedness and emergency gear, has observed a need in the market for specialty first aid and medical supplies that suit both the backcountry and the backyard.

Surviveware’s popular Small First Aid Kit helps give immediate medical attention to wounds and injuries in the critical 72-hour period. Being reliant and self-sufficient within this window can make a difference in lowering the risk of infection and septic shock. Moreover, it helps stabilize the patient before they’re brought to the hospital.

The kit holds enough content to handle wounds, sprains, twists, shock, hypo- or hyperthermia, concussions, bruises, insect bites, splinters, and more. It also comes with a portable CPR kit and a first aid manual that one can refer to in emergencies. The small first aid kit weighs one pound and has MOLLE-friendly straps that conveniently attach to any go-bag or hurricane survival kit.

As the kit is designed for the outdoors, each case is made of 600D polyester. This material helps keep moisture and dirt away. The pack also comes inside a red laminated bag that adds extra protection to the whole package.

Surviveware’s products have been sought after by preparedness enthusiasts and emergency responders. A Hawaii resident preparing for hurricane season bought this Small First Aid Kit and shared her experience on Amazon:

“I live in Hawaii and am in the midst of hurricane season. I needed a good first aid kit and heard recommendations from friends, so I ordered it from Amazon. I received my package in a sealed waterproof pouch and found the first aid kit nestled inside. I am very happy with my purchase with everything in one place. The first aid kit is back in its pouch and in my emergency pack and hope I don’t have to use it.”

Increase your survival preparedness during hurricane season by purchasing a Surviveware Small First Aid Kit. It’s the best item that your family can have in their hurricane survival kits, home, office, and vehicle.

Take the opportunity to order this kit for an exclusive 20% discount by using a Surviveware Amazon discount code.

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Contact Info:
Name: Amanda Condry
Email: Send Email
Organization: Surviveware
Phone: 703-910-5188
Website: https://surviveware.com

Video URL: https://youtu.be/1fqvO3fYc8A

Source URL: https://marketersmedia.com/nc-clean-up-in-full-swing-after-hurricane-dorian/88920512

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