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Death and Dying on the Road to Ready Radio Show November 14, 2008


Learn More About What to Expect When There are Mass Fatality Events

The Road to Ready is an hour-long radio show, hosted by emergency manager Rick Tobin. The show will feature a special program on Friday, November 14, 2008 at 12:00 Noon, Pacific Time. The topic will about fatalities in emergencies and disasters. The show is featured on Modavox on its Internet premiere channel, VoiceAmerica, at

The Road to Ready guest this week is Battalion Chief John P. Ahrens, of the City of Fairfax Fire Department, in Fairfax, Virginia. He is a contributing author about mass mortality in the recently published book, “Pandemic Influenza.”

The Road to Ready will feature a full hour of discussions, ideas, tools, and interviews with one goal: to provide basic concepts about what really happens in mass fatality events and how we should expect to act and plan for the large-scale loss of life in our communities.

The Road to Ready will also air exactly twelve hours later to provide service to an international audience that now spans 64 countries. Archives of the shows, and some free guides and software discussed in the shows, will be available through the Road to Ready website at

The Road to Ready host, Rick Tobin, has acted as the President/CEO of TAO Emergency Management Consulting for twenty-one years. He has over thirty-one years of experience in emergency services and management. Rick is a well-known advocate for personal preparedness and the use of the internet to promote emergency awareness.

If you would like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with Rick Tobin, call Rick at 530-409-7999 or e-mail him at


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