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 Post subject: Handling of the Dead in Emergency Situations
PostPosted: Mon Jan 16, 2012 4:12 pm 
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Handling Death at Home

For a GREAT post on this topic for events where mortuaries are not available, this is a highly recommended read:

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Handling Dead Bodies Post SHTF
http://www.shtfmovement.com/post109302.html#p109302

Handling of the Dead in Emergency Situations.

This is an unpleasant topic, but in most emergency situations it is one you need to deal with. If the emergency is bad enough, it may be days or weeks before any emergency response personnel are available to come take the bodies away and you need to think now about how you are going to deal with it.

As a body decomposes there are many things you have to worry about if they are not handled in a manner which is sanitary, which reduces the effects of the decomposition, and all that comes with it.

There are two main forms of decomposition ... --- CONTINUED at LINK, above ---


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