Stay or Go? Making Evacuation Decisions [Infographic]

By Aidalicia Swertfeger

Jun 11, 2018

Stay or go? Fast or slow? infographic for making evacuation decisions

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Aidalicia Swertfeger

Aidalicia is a graphic designer who needs texture and pitch in her horizon. She's a runner who loves IPAs, an avid solo traveler, a thru-hiker, and a practitioner of minimalism. See more of her work at aidalicia.com

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