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report/Willson_NCHS_2004TierIIReport.pdf#page=7Not ApplicableWhere were you when it was at its worst, at home, work, school, or someplace else?2004
report/Willson_NCHS_2004TierIIReport.pdf#page=7Not ApplicableWhere were you when it happened, at home, work, school, or someplace else?2004
report/Willson_NCHS_2004TierIIReport.pdf#page=7Not ApplicableDid you evacuate from where you were because of the disaster?2004
report/Willson_NCHS_2004TierIIReport.pdf#page=8Not ApplicableDid you encounter any difficulties as you were trying to evacuate? Would you say you encountered a lot, some, a little, or none at all?2004
report/Willson_NCHS_2004TierIIReport.pdf#page=8Not ApplicableDuring disasters officials often give recommendations about what people should and should not be doing to protect themselves. During [HURRICANE], did you hear about any of the following recommendations? Did you hear that you should… 1. Purchase or obtain emergency supplies such as food, water, flashlight & batteries 2. Evacuate 3. Take shelter in your home 4. Take shelter in your workplace 5. Go to a community shelter 6. Asked to turn off your water, electricity or gas 7. Listen to a radio or TV for emergency information2004
report/Willson_NCHS_2004TierIIReport.pdf#page=9Not ApplicableDid you: 1. Purchase or obtain emergency supplies such as food, water, flashlight & batteries 2. Evacuate 3. Take shelter in your home 4. Take shelter in your workplace 5. Go to a community shelter 6. Turn off your water, electricity, or gas 7. Listen to a radio or TV for emergency information2004
report/Willson_NCHS_2004TierIIReport.pdf#page=11Not ApplicableDid you have to leave your home as a result of [HURRICANE]?2004
report/Willson_NCHS_2004TierIIReport.pdf#page=11Not ApplicableWhat is your estimate of the total dollar amount of the losses of all property and possessions that you experienced as a result of [HURRICANE]?2004
report/Willson_NCHS_2004TierIIReport.pdf#page=12Not ApplicableAfter major disasters, people often have to deal with many new problems of daily life. What are some problems you most urgently need help with right away – for example obtaining food, water, or shelter, seeing a doctor, dealing with insurance issues, etc.2004
report/Willson_NCHS_2004TierIIReport.pdf#page=12Not ApplicableAfter major disasters, people often have to deal with many new problems of daily life. What are the 1 to 3 problems you most urgently need help with right away – for example, obtaining food, water, or shelter, seeing a doctor, dealing with insurance issues, etc.2004
report/Willson_NCHS_2004TierIIReport.pdf#page=12Not ApplicableWhat are the most practical actions that your city or state government could take to be helpful to you right now?2004
report/Willson_NCHS_2004TierIIReport.pdf#page=13Not ApplicableDid you have any physical injuries or other medical problems as an immediate result of [HURRICANE]?2004
report/Willson_NCHS_2004TierIIReport.pdf#page=14Not ApplicableHave you recovered from your illness or injuries? Would you say fully recovered, partially recovered, or not recovered?2004
report/Willson_NCHS_2004TierIIReport.pdf#page=14Not ApplicableDo you have any persistent medical conditions that began after [HURRICANE] that you believe are a result of the disaster?2004
report/Willson_NCHS_2004TierIIReport.pdf#page=15Not ApplicableAt any time during or around the time of [HURRICANE], did you think you might die?2004
report/Willson_NCHS_2004TierIIReport.pdf#page=15Not ApplicableDid you see anyone who was killed?2004
report/Willson_NCHS_2004TierIIReport.pdf#page=15Not ApplicableWere any of your family, friends or companions killed as a result of [HURRICANE]?2004
report/Willson_NCHS_2004TierIIReport.pdf#page=15Not ApplicableWere any of your family, friends, or companions injured as a result of the event?2004
report/Willson_NCHS_2004TierIIReport.pdf#page=15Not ApplicableWas there a period of time after [HURRICANE] that you were unsure about the safety or whereabouts of family, friends or companions?2004
report/Willson_NCHS_2004TierIIReport.pdf#page=16Not ApplicableHow long after [HURRICANE] did it take for you to receive word about your family, friends or companions? Did you receive word: [READ LIST] during the disaster, only minutes after the disaster, hours after the disaster, days after the disaster, or are you still waiting to receive word?2004
report/Willson_NCHS_2004TierIIReport.pdf#page=16Not ApplicableSometimes people in disasters have to see or do things they find sickening – like drinking muddy water or carrying a dead body. Did anything happen to you during [HURRICANE] that you found to be sickening?2004
report/Willson_NCHS_2004TierIIReport.pdf#page=17Not ApplicableSince [HURRICANE], how often have you had nightmares or very upsetting thoughts about [HURRICANE]? Would you say all of the time, most of the time, sometimes, rarely, or never?2004
report/Willson_NCHS_2004TierIIReport.pdf#page=17Not ApplicableSince [HURRICANE], how often have you gone out of your way to avoid situations that reminded you of [HURRICANE] or tried hard not to think about it?2004
report/Willson_NCHS_2004TierIIReport.pdf#page=17Not ApplicableSince [HURRICANE ], how often have you been on guard, watchful, or easily startled?2004
report/Willson_NCHS_2004TierIIReport.pdf#page=18Not ApplicableSince [HURRICANE], how often have you felt emotionally numb or detached from other people, activities, or your surroundings?2004