“On a typical day a good plan can save some lives. On days that are not typical, facing two tornadoes with a focus on preparedness, a great plan can save every life in the building, including my family, and our work family.”
– Shane Cohea, Director of Safety, Security, and Emergency Preparedness for Norman Regional Health System, guest-posting on FEMA’s blog
Rather than analyzing, we’ll just present one of the photos from the Moore (Oklahoma) Medical Center after it took an EF-5 tornado strike last May. Again, this is from FEMA’s blog:
Take five minutes and RTWT (Read The Whole Thing) on FEMA’s website. Then review your tornado plans and preparations.