Bombing or Explosion Emergencies
This four-page handout educates people about preparing to limit the effects of a disaster involving a bombing or an explosion. It discusses what you should do if you suspect someone is going to set off a bomb or a bomb is nearby. It distinguishes between less serious injuries and those requiring immediate attention. The document recommends that family members have a communication plan in place in the event of a disaster.
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