I found this survival scenario on another blog. I think it is an interesting exercise. Please play along- imagine if your family was gathered or if you don't have family, please think if your close friendsor partner was in another location. Grand kids or distant relatives but it is an interesting question- how much would you risk for one person? A natural disaster (like a flood or a fire) is only an hour from hitting your home. You decide to evacuate your family to safer territory, but one of the kids is at a friend’s house located more than an hour away. You know the friend’s family doesn’t practice preparedness and is in harm’s way. Do you evacuate the family you have with you knowing you’ll be completely safe from the disaster? Or do you risk driving through the disaster as it hits to pick up the kid at the friend’s house? Survival Scenario: Would You Risk Your Entire Family to Save One Person? | Living Ready Online In the link are other people responses but what would you do? Please take into consideration all that could happen if the family unit is divided.Those in the hurricane areas know what traffic is like in a pre-disaster evacuation. Then ask yourself do you have a plan for such a scenario. And if you have a plan, how often do you review the plan with your loved ones. Don't forget in today's world schedules change so what could have been a plan last year, may not apply now.