First off, I'm not a big fan of social media.
I also maintain that the best plan for an emergency or disaster is to plan. Be prepared. Get trained. In a variety of areas.
However, I am willing to admit that it is heartening and gratifying to see that ordinary people, with the tools at their disposal, can do extraordinary things in the face of major disasters.
(And, even though I personally hate it, I'm willing to concede that even Slack has its uses ...)
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