Nearly 100 fire officials reponded to a three-alarm fire at a high rise in City Heights that started on a balcony and spread, leaving more than $770,000 in damages.
Written by Pat Henry on The Prepper Journal. What are you prepping for? Is it a natural disaster like a wildfire, tornado or hurricane? Those are perfect examples of common events that occur every day. Nature has a way of … Read More »
We walk to the kitchen, turn on the tap and pour ourselves a big glass of that elixir of life: water. We assume because it has gone through the city water purification plant that it’s safe to drink. Before you … Read More »
Two firefighters have died hours apart while battling a fire in a seven-story building situated on the corner of Small and Market streets in the Johannesburg CBD.
Two Boston firefighters who died in a Back Bay fire last March will be posthumously awarded medals of valor Saturday at the Boston Fire Department’s annual ceremony to honor the heroism of firefighters
Most DIY projects are really fun and even though they might require some time and elbow grease to put together, they’re an enjoyable activity. But the ones we like most here are those that will come in handy when SHTF. … Read More »
This is one of the questions that we get most often – “How much water should I store?” Well the question doesn’t have one set answer, but today we’re going to try to give you some calculations and numbers that … Read More »
Written by Pat Henry on The Prepper Journal. Could the year you were born have any bearing on your chances of surviving doomsday? Are there any advantages for one generation over another when it comes to living through some apocalyptic … Read More »
Pretty much every survival expert and guru out there agrees on the importance of building a stockpile of supplies that you can count on when an emergency occurs. While the contents of that stockpile may vary a bit from expert … Read More »