Surviveware Large First Aid Kit Recommended For Evacuation Needs

Flooding that Forced Hundreds From Homes in Midwest Shows Need for Home Preparation

Woodbridge, United States - March 28, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Historic river flooding caused by heavy rain and melting snow overpowered the Missouri River which triggered hundreds of families to leave their homes on Sunday, March 17, 2019. According to the National Weather Service, the Missouri River reached 30.2 feet in Fremont County in southwestern Iowa and toppled levees in the towns of Bartlett and Thurman and some parts of North Bend (northwest of Omaha, Nebraska). With the continuous threat of major flooding, authorities urged residents to move to higher grounds immediately.

During such incidents, it is crucial that households are ready for evacuation with short notice. Go bags should be properly equipped with food, water, adequate clothing, medication, and a fully functional first aid kit.

Surviveware’s Large First Aid Kit is ideal for family use especially in times of evacuation and looming danger. The kit comes with 200 first aid supplies that are useful for treating cuts, scrapes, splinters, and insect bites. It also has provisions for managing sprains, fever, and twisted joints. Moreover, additional items such as nitrile gloves, thermal blankets, hydrogels, a first aid manual, and a CPR kit are also included.

Apart from these first aid provisions, a mini kit containing 50 pieces of first aid supplies that can be attached to a keyring and hooked on one’s belt is found inside the Large First Aid Kit. This additional pack provides an added layer of protection, in a situation where a kit is only needed for a day or so.

Since this large first aid kit is designed for fast-paced evacuation and relocation efforts, Survivewarey made sure that it is easily portable. A durable top handle is incorporated to ensure ease of movement and convenience in traveling. MOLLE-friendly straps are on the bag to give it more flexibility and functionality. Moreover, the bag used for this kit is water-resistant to help prevent moisture and humidity from seeping into the pack.

First aid kits should also provide an organized system that can help kit owners during a crisis. To address this concern, the kit’s compartments are labeled for quick identification and retrieval of the items.

A Surviveware customer who purchased this kit for family emergencies shared their review on Amazon: “Wow, this first aid kit is packed! I can't imagine needing more than what it contains, but hopefully, we'll never actually need it. I like that the pockets are labeled. This would surely come in handy during the stress of an emergency or injury. After seeing this first aid kit, we bought two more so that each member of our family can have one in our cars at all times. Thanks for a great product.”

During times of duress, it’s essential to have a reliable first aid kit. Secure your family’s safety by purchasing Surviveware’s Large First Aid Kit.

Purchase today and enjoy this life-saving kit for a special 20% discount when you use an exclusive Surviveware Amazon coupon. This is available for a limited time only so take advantage of this offer right now.

Buy your kit today by clicking here.

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