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No matter where you live, you’re constantly facing the threat of severe weather. Right now, every corner of the country is getting hit with storms and weather problems. Platform Scale
We gathered our team of Hearst Television reporters to collect inexpensive gadgets that could save your life in almost any situation. A big thank you to Brooke Butler from sister station WJCL in Savannah, Georgia; Brandon Evans from KHBS in Fort Smith, Arkansas; and Jim Keithley from WMTW in Portland, Maine.
Below are lists of things you should have in an emergency kit based on advice from experts and some of the products we got for our emergency kits.
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