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Published On: Mon, Oct 30th, 2017

Crucial steps to follow to survive a mass shooting

Have you ever come across a traumatic experience or scary event that has your heart pound quickly while leaving you frozen in one place? When we are taken aback and witness something tragic, we usually freeze up and have no awareness or knowledge on what to do after.

And while this is a common response, it’s something we should NOT follow, especially in something dangerous such as a mass shooting.

With the recent events coming up on the news, it makes you think that the chances of coming across a mass shooting isn’t as small as it used to be before. It opens your eyes to the scary possibility of it happening to you or your loved ones, having you feel fearful to even leave your rooms.

But let’s not go to a point that we will never leave the house in fear of anything happening. While it may seem too dangerous to leave the home, you will be able to increase your chances of survival through staying aware and keeping yourself prepared for what may come.

It doesn’t matter if it happens or not (which, we seriously hope, never happens to anybody), but in case of any attack, it’s best to know what to do and how you can save yourself and other people.

That is why I present to you this infographic that might be able to increase the chances of survival in case of a mass shooting in your area. Not only does this infographic talk about the steps to follow, but it also shows you some simple yet crucial details to do, from where to take cover down to how you can ensure safety and protection for yourself and everyone else around you.

It takes awareness and knowledge on what to do during a mass shooting that will keep you calm, so do read on.

Author: Naser Mohd Baig

The 8 Crucial Steps to Follow to Survive a Mass Shooting

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