• Identification: You may need identification to move around in the area should significant damage occur.
• Your car keys.
Other things to consider
• Papers: If you have a safe room or other shelter area, you might consider storing important papers and other irreplaceable items in the shelter if space permits.
• Batteries: Check and replace batteries in your weather radio, flashlights and other devices in your safety kit often, preferably twice a year. Do this at the same time you set clocks back/ahead in the spring and fall.
• Maintain: Check your disaster supplies kit often to maintain fresh food and water.
• Cover: Make sure you have something to cover up with. Pillows, blankets, sleeping bags or a mattress could help to protect you from falling/flying debris.
SOURCE: NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
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