Civil unrest can flare up as the result of any number of emergency situations: natural disasters, violent demonstrations, political upheaval, war, and the like.
Riots can erupt for many reasons: political, economic, social, racial or religious conflicts. While it’s hard to predict when you might find yourself caught in the middle of civil unrest, there are usually indicators and warnings that demonstrations or riots are about to happen.
Across the United States, a fire department is dispatched to a house fire every 60 seconds. Every three hours, a house fire claims a life.
Electricity is a wonderful thing! It can be used to provide light, cook food, heat our homes, power vehicles, pump and purify water, and even entertain us.
There is just something exciting about tooling along an old fire road or driving through the open desert that brings a smile.
In December 2013, a family of six unexpectedly found themselves in a situation that could have turned deadly. They drove their SUV to the snow-covered mountains of Nevada for a day of fun in the snow.
Emergency survival situations can take many forms. You might be lost in the wilderness or have suffered an aircraft or vehicle crash.