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Winter is fast approaching and with it, low temperatures that could freeze your bones. To make sure you're not at their mercy if something goes awry during this time of the year, you should put together a winter emergency kit. To learn what it should include, continue reading the post below.

How to Put Together a Winter Emergency Kit

  1. First of all, you should add useful tools into your winter emergency kit. For example, a snow shovel, a flashlight, scissors, tape, a whistle, matches, and other similar items can be incredibly useful in a mishap.
  2. You never know how long you'll go without food or water in an emergency. That's why it's necessary that your emergency kit includes water and non-perishable snacks. Keep enough for you and your family.
  3. As mentioned above, the low temperatures can be brutal. Keep your body covered with some protective gear. Blankets, gloves, and face masks can keep you safe, but make sure there are enough of them for the rest of your family, too.
  4. Needless to say, your emergency kit should also come with a first-aid kit, where you have medicine and medical items (such as gauze, syringes, antiseptics, antibiotics, antibacterial gel, cotton balls, band-aids, and your prescription medicine).
  5. Lastly, you need to make sure that you'll have ways to communicate with others in case of an emergency. To that end, make sure you have communication devices and contact information in your kit. Verify that you have extra batteries and chargers for the devices.

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