So I have collected here, summaries and links to useful information I've found.
Warning: I am not an expert in this area. The closest I've come is having been an Emergency Medical Technician and a Federally Certified Radiologicl Monitor (didn't know we still had those, did you?). So, take my advice for what's it's worth, and check it out with other sources. I've surely made some mistakes somewhere in here. Given the importance of adequate safety preparations if an emergency does come up, it is even more important than usual that you check for yourself and consider the many variables that can affect what to do.
I've divided the information into these categories, corresponding to the basic needs people have, in roughly decreasing order of urgency. You should consider all of these and make an appropriate check-list and family plan. A sample check-list will be here once I manage to prepare it.
Also, here is a discussion of some background and basic principles.
Let us all pray and work so that this kind of information is never needed.
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