Survey: Indiana drivers unprepared

The Indiana Department of Homeland Security says a survey it conducted of Indiana residents showed about 75 percent did not have preparedness kits in their vehicles. The department said drivers should have extra clothing, including boots, hats and gloves, at least two blankets or a sleeping bag, and a flashlight and batteries. It also recommends jumper cables, emergency flares, a shovel, bottled water and non-perishable foods, as well as first-aid kit.
 

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