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<p>John Templeton<br />Washington, D.C.<br />I believe the city is ready to handle a large natural disaster. It’s also up to individuals to prepare on their own for such events. I know I’m ready… I have water, food and an alternative source of electricity, so when the power in my neighborhood goes out, mine comes right back on. Overall, the city does a good job with handling snow and storm clean up. <br /></p>

John Templeton
Washington, D.C.
I believe the city is ready to handle a large natural disaster. It’s also up to individuals to prepare on their own for such events. I know I’m ready… I have water, food and an alternative source of electricity, so when the power in my neighborhood goes out, mine comes right back on. Overall, the city does a good job with handling snow and storm clean up.

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IN THE WAKE OF THE TORNADOES THAT KILLED MORE THAN 20 PEOPLE IN OKLAHOMA LAST WEEK, IS THE D.C. METRO AREA PREPARED TO HANDLE A SIMILAR CATASTROPHE?