Food and Water: The food and water in this kit will comfortably provide you with adequate nutrition for 72-hours without access to additional supplies. Light and Communications: In the event of a power outage caused by disaster you'll have independent access to your own means of lighting and communication with the outside world. Hygiene and Sanitation: When in a disaster situation it is useful to have access to hygiene products. First Aid: These first aid items can assist with minor injuries and protect against serious health concerns in disaster circumstances.
Other: These items are useful for stress relief and activity in strenuous or challenging circumstances.
This survival kit was designed using advice from experts in the emergency preparedness industry. Minimum Advertised Price is an agreement between suppliers and retailers stipulating the lowest price an item is allowed to be advertised at. Designed to support two full-sized adult individuals for as long as 3 days, this kit still maintains portability and readiness. For large volume orders, feel free to contact us for possible discounts or better shipping rates!
This site requires JavaScript to function properly.Please enable JavaScript in your web browser. Governor Jerry Brown has declared a state of emergency this morning due to the damage resulting from the 6.1-magnitude earthquake centered in southern Napa County. The governor includes power outages to 69,000 area residents, continued aftershocks, and fires as additional reasons for this morning’s emergency declaration. Officials with the US Geological Survey said this morning’s earthquake, which was originally reported as a 6.0 and has since been upgraded by the USGS, is the largest to hit the Bay Area since the Loma Prieta Earthquake almost 25 years ago. The quake which strick at 3:20 Sunday morning, was 6 miles south-southwest of Napa, and 8 miles north-northwest of Vallejo, California. Calls regarding water outages from water main breaks, minor roadway damage, minor gas leaks and power outages are rolling in at agencies near the quake’s epicenter. At least 89 people are being treated for injuries at Queen of the Valley Hospital, three for critical injuries, according to the City of Napa. Napa city officials said the damaged buildings include the Napa County Courthouse, Goodman Library and Sam Kee Library. The quake also caused a fire that burned multiple mobile homes on Orchard Avenue in north Napa, Martin said.
There were approximately 50 gas line breaks and 30 water main breaks reported following the earthquake, causing some areas to have low or no water service. Vallejo police are reporting isolated structure damage to downtown buildings and a road has been closed on Mare Island at Mimitz and Rickover streets due to damage there.
Though no official evacuation order has been given, a Red Cross emergency shelter for earthquake-related evacuations has established at Crosswalk Community Church in Napa, according to the county Sheriff’s Office.


PG&E also says that tens of thousands of customers are currently without power across the Bay Area, particularly in Napa and Sonoma counties.
The Rohnert Park Department of Public Safety is reporting multiple power outages and alarms but hasn’t had reports of any major injuries or damage.
The CHP says that there is no visible damage to Bay Area bridges that have been checked following the earthquake.
According an email sent by San Francisco Police Department spokesperson officer Albie Esparza, “A roll call of all police facilities was conducted after confirmation of an earthquake centered in America Canyon this morning. In a statement, San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee said that “Many in the San Francisco Bay Area were awoken early this morning by the largest earthquake in the Bay Area since the Loma Prieta earthquake nearly 25 years ago. In the Outer Sunset, I was asleep and didn’t feel the quake, but the dog sure did, growling and hopping out of the bed to run around. Felt it big time in San Mateo, bed and house was shaking and enough to wake and scare 2 non-natives. A state of emergency was declared as Californiaa€™s wine country shakes from early morning temblor. The fires destroyed several mobile homes, and firefighters struggled with water pressure issues since a significant amount of pressure was lost because of the cracked and broken water mains. There was also significant damage to roads, but the California Highway Patrol and California Department of Transportation found no damage to bridges. Mark Ghilarducci, Cal OES director, was flown over the affected area to get an idea of the damage and said at a press conference Sunday afternoon that the quake was not as bad as it could have been. There were 50 to 60 aftershocks up to magnitude 3.6, and aftershocks are expected to continue for weeks but at decreasing magnitudes. The California National Guard called up its Northern California forces and sent them to armories if needed. There were no reports of damage in San Francisco, according to Francis Zamora of the city’s Department of Emergency Management. Ghilarducci said the state is a couple of years away from having an earthquake early warning system and noted pilot projects, including one in Berkeley, Calif., where notification of an event occurs in as few as 10 seconds. On Monday, crews began the bulk of damage assessments, with door-to-door building checks and going into red tag and yellow tag (first and second priority, respectively) buildings. They will be a valuable resource when you find yourself faced with navigation, transport, personal protection, or shelter troubles.
It follows guidelines given by government agencies and non-profit preparedness organizations. With double the nutritional provision of the 1 Person 3 Day Kit, blankets and lightsticks for two, and even more comprehensive first aid, the 2 Person kit is the premier kit for small household survival. Several smaller aftershocks have also been reported, and the USGS says that 30 to 70 small aftershocks could hit the area in the next week. Law enforcement and emergency agencies across the Bay Area are asking residents not to call 911 unless they have an emergency.


They also say that no damage to appears to have been caused to roadways in the South Bay, Peninsula and East Bay. She used to be the San Francisco Chronicle's Deputy Managing Editor for Online, and started at the Chronicle as their blogging and interactive editor. At first I thought all of the neighborhood cats broke into my room and were jumping on my bed. Thanks for reporting on it so quickly – yours was some of the earliest info I found while looking on the web at 4am. Scared the crap out of me considering we’re on the 10th floor of an older building in downtown. The Transportation Department also had dive teams checking local toll bridges but found no damage. He said there was a lot of regional impact, including damage to single-family homes, fires and power outages, affecting 20,000 to 25,000 people. In the hour after an earthquake there’s a 54 percent chance of another large quake occurring but the likelihood diminishes as the hours pass. They can supply search and rescue, water purification, security, logistics and aid communication. He said a statewide early warning system could give residents up to 90 seconds of warning and when combined with a public education campaign could save lives and reduce damage. Officers are currently checking bridges and roads for obvious damage, all of which remain open as they are inspected. But we know that aftershocks in the region are common following a large earthquake of this magnitude. Then, I thought demon spirits were flying about my room disorganizing my homework papers whilst throwing my calender off the wall.
I’m in San Mateo… the annual cost of my earthquake cover is only 0.15% of the value of my home. 24, by a magnitude 6.0 earthquake that struck six miles southwest of the Northern California city, sending as many as 160 to the hospital, and causing widespread damage, including dozens of broken water mains and triggering six major fires. She's been in the city since 1997, presently living in the Outer Sunset with her husband, cat, and dog. Building swayed and rolled appropriately with the quake though, instead of fighting against it which is good.




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