SURVIVAL: Always go with BOB!

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20101111/ap_on_bi_ge/us_cruise_ship_fire

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“It’s been like a nightmare,” she said. “There’s been no food, no power, no electricity, no flushing toilets. I spent the night tossing and turning in my cabin in the dark.”

Family members anxiously awaited the cruise liner that left Long Beach on Sunday for a seven-day trip to the Mexican Riviera, only to return days early without ever reaching the beaches vacationers had hoped for. A fire in the engine room knocked out power Monday morning, leaving passengers with no air conditioning, no hot food, no hot water, no casino. The swimming pool was off-limits because there was no way to pump chlorine.

Paul Patrick Sr., 50, of Riverside, said his daughter, Sabrina Klinge of Laguna Hills, was married on Saturday and was on her honeymoon cruise. The 27-year-old texted her father on Wednesday saying it was dark and she was living on Pop-Tarts.

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This is demonstration of why you always need your BOB, a 3 day kit, and 7 day kit. And, as my grandfather taught me about highways: “Limited egress means limited exits.”

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