Just a few short miles from me there was a major sudden snowstorm in Southwestern Canada and many people were rescued by military helicopters from their cars or by snowmobile. It was about 250 people stranded and some with no hats or gloves.
Unfortunately, they found a man who left his car and died and he was found 50 feet from his car and he was only 41. This snowstorm has just missed me where I live and hit other cities worse than ever and especially the midwest northern states. We were told el Ninio would hit us with snow like never before. Many people think it can never happen to them but be prepared.
Never leave your car during a snowstorm and have candles, water and protein bars in your car with extra blankets and clothes. Have flares and flashlights and a cell phone with a car adapter and a vest with Iridescence colors at all times while going out especially highways. Newspapers can keep you warm also. Booster cables and know where to put them on your vehicle to get pulled out or to help someone. Last resort your car seats are filled with stuffing and can keep you warm even though you have to rip them apart. It's good to always have a pair of scissors or a knife to cut yourself loose from your seatbelt if need be if going under water.
Any other tips in case of emergency please add. Charry
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